Michael Winters
Faith-based
March 22 2010 11:19 AMMaking AmendsWith Pope Benedict XVI, the Vatican is finally taking a hard line on child abuse.
Faith-based
May 15 2009 7:01 AMThe Kissing PriestFather Alberto Cutié's scandal doesn't change the debate about clerical celibacy.
Faith-based
Jan. 30 2009 12:11 PMThe Crowded Catholic CafeteriaPope Benedict XVI tries to heal the schism with Catholics who deny the Second Vatican Council.
Faith-based
Aug. 27 2008 11:13 AMPro-Choices—PluralHow the Democratic Party is adjusting its approach to abortion.
Faith-based
April 11 2008 5:15 PM"God's Rottweiler" Becomes the Church's "Beloved German Shepherd"How Pope Benedict has disappointed the right.
Faith-based
June 10 2009 12:24 PMWhat Do Pope John Paul II and Hugh Hefner Have in Common?An intense debate erupts over Catholic sexuality.
Faith-based
April 3 2009 6:56 AMA Behind-the-Scenes Look at Holy WeekThe olive-oil-buying, candlestick-polishing, and soul-shepherding that make the seven days from Palm Sunday to Easter run smoothly at a D.C. cathedral.
Obit
Jan. 9 2009 3:34 PMFather Richard John NeuhausRemembering the theologian.
Recycled
April 16 2008 4:19 PMAnti-Gay Auto-Da-FéThe perverse and vicious campaign to ban homosexuals from Catholic seminaries.
Faith-based
Sept. 28 2005 11:34 AMAnti-Gay Auto-Da-FéThe perverse and vicious campaign to ban homosexuals from Catholic seminaries.

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