National Catholic Register

The Duties of Details in Catholic Writing

A reflection of a church in a wooden barrel full of water

The Catholic writer can achieve a sacramental vision through the use of grand images as well as those far less grand.

How Mother Maria Stieren Converted Tanzania’s Ferocious Barabaig Tribe

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(Clockwise from Left) Orphans gather outside a school. Catholics attend Mass at a chapel. A hospital with 15 beds in Gehandu. A woman of the Barabaig tribe. The high mortality rate of AIDS in Tanzania makes many children orphans.

The fearless missionary Sister died in 2008 after a remarkable life in the service of the Lord.

Abortion Confusion Needs Greater Wisdom, Not More Abortion

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The ethics and legality of elective abortion are completely different than that of treating pregnancy complications, even if elective abortion sometimes uses the same medical procedures as true medical treatment.

COMMENTARY: The ethics and legality of elective abortion are completely different than that of treating pregnancy complications.