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Juliane Pierini, a campus minister at St. Thomas Aquinas University Parish in Fayetteville, meets up with Sisters Catherine Luttmer and Mary Clare Bezner, OSB, of Holy Angels Convent in Jonesboro during the FOCUS summit in Phoenix. ... (Photo)
Kathleen S. Raley, 93, a member of St. Mary Church in Paragould, died Dec. 11. She is survived by ...
AMMAN, Jordan -- Chaldean Catholic Patriarch Louis Sako, responding to a U.S. drone attack in Baghdad that killed Iran’s top general, said “wisdom is required to avoid the ‘volcanic eruption’ we are about to face.”
In his best-selling DVD series, “Catholicism,” Bishop Robert Barron emphasizes as a primary principle of the Christian preaching that Christianity is not primarily a set of teachings or a moral program but is a life centered on the living Jesus Christ. (Understanding our Church, Seeds of Faith)
“In 2020, I plan to serve God in many ways. One way is just to appreciate what he has given us, if that is at church or even just the lunch table with my friends. It doesn’t have to be a ... (Youthspeak, Seeds of Faith)
I once read an interview with a pastor who said that the most important thing a parent can say to a child is often, “I don’t know.” (Columns)
From a Catholic perspective, few if any dates were more significant during the soon-to-close decade than Feb. 11, 2013. (Guest Commentary)
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