Watch or Listen to Ralph Martin on EWTN’s Live With Fr. Mitch Pacwa

Written on March 7, 2013

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The Gift of Peter: Reflections on the Resignation of Pope Benedict XVI by Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan

Written on February 22, 2013

Lord, To Whom Shall We Go? by Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan On Monday, February 11, the feast of Our Lady of Lourdes, news arrived from Rome that that has not been heard since decades before Columbus sailed for the new world: The Holy Father had renounced his office, declaring that the See of Peter would […]

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Comments by Dr. Ralph Martin on Fr. Robert Barron’s Review of Will Many Be Saved?

Written on December 7, 2012

Quite a few people have asked for my comments on Fr. Barron’s column on my book, Will Many Be Saved? What Vatican II Actually Teaches and Its Implications for the New Evangelization. I have shared these comments directly with Fr. Barron and we have agreed to discuss these issues  more fully in the future. I […]

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Some Reflections on the Election Results

Written on December 5, 2012

We’ve had a little time now to absorb the American election results and I know many of us are disappointed and tempted to discouragement. I know many of us tried to follow our Bishops’ guidance and recognize that we can never vote to promote intrinsic evils such as abortion, embryonic stem cell research, euthanasia, same-sex […]

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Intervention at the Synod from Auditor Dcn. Zoltán Kunszabó, Hungary

Written on November 29, 2012

Holy Father, Venerated Synod Fathers, Dear Brothers and Sisters, My comments are based on twenty years of mission experience. The highlight of this work was the Budapest City Mission in 2007, when answering the call of our Cardinal Péter Erdő, the entire archdiocese joined in unprecedented unity to proclaim the Good News. The ongoing evangelization […]

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