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VATICAN CITY -- Christians have a moral obligation to show God’s care for all those who are marginalized, especially migrants and refugees, Pope Francis said.
VATICAN CITY -- Pope Francis slipped out of the Vatican Sept. 24 to spend the day with members of an Italian lay community, the young people in recovery they assist and tenor Andrea Bocelli.
VATICAN CITY -- To help the Church grow in love and faithful witness to God, Pope Francis has declared the third Sunday in Ordinary Time to be dedicated to the word of God.
WASHINGTON -- The Catholic Church in the United States has spent a staggering amount of money -- close to $4 billion in the past 20 years -- to investigate, adjudicate and prevent clergy sex abuse, and to compensate victims for the harm they’ve suffered.
WASHINGTON -- The genocide conducted by the Islamic State against Christian communities in Iraq and Syria has turned into continued harassment by Iran-backed militias and shows no signs of abating soon.
“Hospice” is borrowed from the Medieval Latin hospitium, which described a place of shelter and compassionate care during the Middle Ages. (Understanding our Church, Seeds of Faith)
“The saint that I feel closest to is St. Adjutor. He escaped persecution from swimming. I am a swimmer and it is inspiring that he swam in chains. I ask that ...” (Youthspeak, Seeds of Faith)
Q. Would you please explain the apparent contradiction in the verse in Matthew’s Gospel (1:25) that says, “He (Joseph) had no relations with her until she bore a son, and he named him Jesus.” (Question Corner, Seeds of Faith)
My husband and I will be celebrating our one-year anniversary in just three months. It’ll be a grand celebration for us as, God willing, we’ll be celebrating it with a new tiny addition, our first child. (Columns)
Almost every day we hear about terrorist attacks, escalating violence and wars throughout the world. (Guest Commentary)
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