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Published: October 10, 2018   

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A pope and a martyr offer youth a road map to holiness

VATICAN CITY -- The Catholic Church has its share of young saints who gave witness through their lives that holiness can be attained even at a young age.


The diocese honored four teachers Sept. 28 for serving more than 25 years in Catholic schools. (Photo)


Vera Rice Zeiler, 101, a member of St. Joseph Church in Paris, died June 15. She is survived by ...

Top Vatican diplomat calls for universal abolition of death penalty

VATICAN CITY -- Abolishing the death penalty worldwide would reflect the brave and hope-filled belief that crime can be dealt with without capital punishment and that a criminal should be given the chance to reform, a top Vatican diplomat told world leaders.

‘Authentic masculine spirituality’ is the goal

WASHINGTON -- As Catholic men’s ministry groups continue to gain traction, Catholic entrepreneurs Chris Stefanick and Bill Donaghy have created a program called RISE, an online course exclusively for men, which they hope will be a positive influence in society.

Tragic LSU frat house is reborn as a new faith community

BATON ROUGE, La. -- Out of the darkness of unspeakable tragedy, a light is rising, spreading a pharos of resurgence and, perhaps most importantly, one of faith.

In light of scandal and beyond, Catholics called to active leadership

In August, a Pennsylvania Grand Jury released a report addressing sexual abuse in several Pennsylvania dioceses. (Understanding our Church, Seeds of Faith)

How do you care for creation?

“I care for creation by taking care of the environment, respecting all of creation and helping my fellow human beings. Recycling is important in keeping the ...” (Youthspeak, Seeds of Faith)

A psalm for sexual abuse: ‘My only friend is darkness’

I scanned the rows of baby food jars on the shelf, grabbed several in a clattering handful, and tossed them into my cart. The store assistant smiled as she rang me up. (Guest column)

What is the plan for negligent bishops?

A little more than two years ago, Pope Francis issued an apostolic letter that hasn’t received much attention. It outlines what should happen when bishops — and men in similar roles — are negligent in their duty to protect their people. (Guest commentary)


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