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VATICAN CITY -- For the first time, the International Olympic Committee has invited a Vatican delegation not only to take part in the opening ceremony of the Winter Games, but also to attend its general meeting as an official observer.
St. Joseph School students in Conway are participating for the 13th year in Life Choices’ Change for Life campaign. (Photo)
Sam Greenwood ended his collegiate water skiing career in style, placing second overall at the national championship meet and claiming Male Collegiate Athlete of the Year honors by the National Collegiate Water Ski Association. (Sports briefs)
Q. I have heard that it is sinful to let oneself be distracted in prayer. But at what point do distractions become sinful? (Question Corner, Seeds of Faith)
Millions of Catholics in the United States were educated in Catholic schools during the past two centuries. It is no secret that such education has yielded amazing fruits for this particular faith community and for the larger society. (Columns)
People were tickled to their romantic core when Pope Francis officiated at an impromptu wedding ceremony on an airplane 36,000 feet above Chile. (Guest commentary)
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