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DETROIT (CNS) -- Blessed Solanus Casey always said that “as long as there is a spark of faith,” there can be no discouragement or sorrow, said Cardinal Angelo Amato, head of the Vatican’s Congregation for Saints’ Causes.
The fifth-grade class at St. John School in Russellville makes pies for the school’s annual Thanksgiving lunch. (Photo)
WASHINGTON (CNS) -- The United States must resume its leadership role in addressing climate change, dozens of Catholic leaders wrote in a letter to President Donald Trump.
CAPE TOWN, South Africa -- Zimbabwe’s Catholic bishops urged restraint and patience from Zimbabweans in what they called “most delicate times” after 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe was sacked as leader of his party following a de facto coup.
Mike Bajorek, 88, a member of St. Patrick Church in North Little Rock, died Nov. 6. He is survived by ...
BALTIMORE -- At the start of their annual fall assembly in Baltimore Nov. 13, U.S. Catholic bishops faced some big issues -- immigration and racism -- straight on and zeroed in on how to raise the national level of discussion on these topics starting in the church pews.
BALTIMORE -- U.S. Catholic bishops acknowledged that Catholic families and married couples need more support from the Church at large and hope to offer it by giving parishes plenty of resources through a pastoral plan for marriage and family life.
On the evening of Saturday, Oct. 14, a disastrous fire occurred at one of the apartment buildings of the Queens Manor Apartments in Mayflower. (Catholic Charities Connections)
WASHINGTON -- It’s almost reached the level of cliche in American society: You ask someone why they don’t go to church, and they reply, “Oh, I’m spiritual but not religious.”
The story of how Mary and Joseph first were chosen to be wed has sparked many legends. (Seeds of Faith)
VATICAN CITY -- Mass is the highest form of prayer and not an appropriate moment for small talk, Pope Francis said.
One has only to enter a home décor store these past couple of months to see the barrage of “grateful,” “blessed” or “thankful” signs, flags or other decorations that seemingly communicate the Thanksgiving holiday sentiment. (Columns)
As America is a relatively young country, so is the depth of the American-born saints and saint-to-be. While Europe has thousands of saints from over the centuries, the United States has just two native-born saints and three who have been declared blessed. (Editorial)
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