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Gloria Purvis is host of The Gloria Purvis Podcast from America Media. A radio and media personality, she has appeared in various media outlets including The New York Times, The Washington Post, PBS Newshour, Catholic Answers Live, and EWTN News Nightly, and hosted Morning Glory, an international radio show.
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Stepping outside of our own particular worldview to encounter another person’s story can be scary—but the classics can help.
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When the Covid pandemic gave us a chance to kiss the mantle of poverty and self-sacrifice we rebelled, writes Gloria Purvis. When offered the cross, we ran.
A pro-life sign is displayed during the 2019 annual March for Life rally in Washington. (CNS photo/Tyler Orsburn)
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Rebuilding our world to embrace femaleness, our way of being, as the model of perfection for women would be just and right, writes Gloria Purvis. Abortion thwarts this renewal.
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Woke Catholics are people who are open to conversion. They listen. They are humble. They think with the mind and heart of the church.
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On this week’s episode of “The Gloria Purvis Podcast,” Sam Sawyer, S.J., shares what more we can do during the pandemic for ourselves and our neighbors in light of our Catholic moral tradition.
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“One of the problems of racism, as is the case with so many sins, is that the sinner doesn’t recognize their part in the sin.”
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We will be held accountable by God for our tweets and our posts and our gossip, Father Josh Johnson says on the Gloria Purvis Podcast. So we need to have custody of our tongues and custody of our thumbs.
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Gloria Purvis and Sam Rocha discuss the legacy of church’s involvement in the residential school system and colonization more broadly.
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Marriage. Abortion. Gender identity. Adoption by same-sex couples. What happens if exercising my religious liberty in these areas is perceived as discrimination against another person?
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Not every conclusion that comes out of critical race theory is compatible with Catholicism. But how could it be the case that Catholics would not want to engage with an intellectual tool that helps deepen understanding?