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VATICAN CITY -- The Nativity scene in St. Peter’s Square is not getting rave reviews: The backdrop does not look like a stable and the characters in need -- hungry, naked, dead, imprisoned -- don’t exactly evoke a silent night when all was cozy, calm and bright.
St. John School in Russellville celebrated the feast of St. Nicholas Dec. 6. In many European countries children put out their shoes and St. Nicholas fills them with treats. (Photo)
VATICAN CITY -- Celebrating his 81st birthday, Pope Francis blew out the candle on a 13-foot long pizza after being serenaded with song and dance by children and employees from a Vatican pediatric clinic.
Dr. Grover M. Evans, a motivational speaker, athlete and champion for those with disabilities, died Dec. 3 at Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute in Little Rock. He was 65. (Obituaries)
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Stephen and Jennifer Maas’ family business, Domestic Church Supply Co., carries one product: a Lego kit that brings the mystery of the Mass into the living rooms of families around the world.
“The greatest gift God has given me is my parents and the gift of life. We wouldn’t be here today if it wasn’t for them sacrificing their life to raise us and watch us grow up. It is hard to remember to ...” (Youthspeak, Seeds of Faith)
Have you ever looked at photos from a memorable event and thought, “Oh, no. I blinked!” (Columns)
We’ve been hearing a lot about incidents of sexual abuse of girls and women this year. (Guest commentary)
Some of the most important sites of our faith are preserved and cared for thanks to the Franciscans. This year marks the 800th anniversary of the Franciscan’s presence in the Holy Land. (Editorial)
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