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VATICAN CITY -- God calls all Christians to be saints -- not plastic statues of saints, but real people who make time for prayer and who show loving care for others in the simplest gestures, Pope Francis said in his new document on holiness.
VATICAN CITY -- Pope Francis condemned the use of chemical weapons after a deadly attack killed dozens of innocent men, women and children in Syria.
BARLING -- Holy Week at Sacred Heart of Mary Church in Barling and Sts. Sabina and Mary Church in Jenny Lind means uniting to celebrate all Triduum services together.
Mathilda Josephine Miller Paladino Rossi, 83, a member of St. Mary Church in St. Vincent, died April 2. She is survived by ...
WASHINGTON -- This year’s NCAA basketball tournament was one for the books for Catholic universities. You might even say the ball was in their court.
In Fort Smith, Immaculate Conception Church girls’ sixth-grade basketball team recently notched its 52nd straight win and fourth consecutive Arkansas River Valley title. The squad, which has been playing together since third grade, includes ... (Sports briefs)
Q. I am 86 years old. ... Since I was very young, I have always been taught to believe that St. Peter is at the “Golden Gate” to meet us, but you say that there is no “specific” heaven. Then what have we been aspiring toward, waiting for, longing for all these years if there is no place called heaven? (Question Corner, Seeds of Faith)
So the pope has a friend — a rather colorful friend — with whom he likes to chat periodically. This friend, unfortunately, is also a journalist. A 94-year-old journalist who prides himself on never recording conversations or taking notes, and instead “reconstructs” conversations after the fact. (Columns)
WASHINGTON -- As the spasms of the multisided civil war grow more faint in Syria, there is talk about how to help the people remaining in the battered Middle East nation. (Opinions)
The pope’s new exhortation is called “Gaudete et Exsultate” or “Rejoice and Be Glad.” He says holiness is the personal call for every Christian. (Editorial)
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