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Published: November 7, 2018   

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Pope apologizes to young people who have felt ignored by Church

VATICAN CITY -- Speaking on behalf of all adult Catholics, Pope Francis formally closed the Synod of Bishops by asking young people for forgiveness.

Hess marks 40 years working for Scripture study, diocesan offices

Lilly Hess, associate director of administration and production for Little Rock Scripture Study, celebrated 40 years of working for the Diocese of Little Rock Oct. 23.

Pope removes bishop from governing Diocese of Memphis

WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Pope Francis has removed Bishop Martin D. Holley of Memphis from the pastoral governance of the diocese and has named as apostolic administrator Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz of Louisville, Ky.

Pope Francis tells us: The Church needs to say goodbye to clericalism

Recently I was at a gathering arranged by Bishop Anthony  B. Taylor for him to listen to the feelings of the gathered on the clergy sexual abuse and get ideas for what the bishops could do about it. (Understanding our Church, Seeds of Faith)

What Bible verse challenges you?

“Philippians 4:13: ‘I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me’ because when I do difficult tasks I ask God to help me get through, but sometimes it doesn’t ...” (Youthspeak, Seeds of Faith)

How to see the best of humankind at the worst of times

Roxanne Loper was almost home. Her journey had begun 15 months ago when she spotted a picture of a baby girl on the World Partners website and sensed something special. (Columns)

We need tolerance, more understanding

The 96 hours of hate that popped up around our country last week is a reminder that we need to find better ways of teaching acceptance and understanding of people who are different races, religions and political affiliations than us. (Editorial)

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