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Students in preschool teacher Amy Covington’s class at St. Joseph School in Conway celebrate Dr. Seuss Week in March by ... (Photo)
For all of the glory that winning bestows, losing is often the best fuel in sports. Kennet Roset and Jackson Smith of the Catholic High School wrestling squad are living proof of that fact. (Sports)
It is hard to conceive how many prayers God has listened to in this time of the Covid-19 crisis. Surely God’s prayer load has increased beyond our imagination. (Understanding our Church, Seeds of Faith)
“A few years ago my sister went into heart failure. The chances of her surviving were slim. In this time of struggle, our family turned to God. We encouraged others to pray for her and she ...” (Youthspeak, Seeds of Faith)
“Sacraments are those signs that achieve in human hearts and lives what they signify to human minds,” University of Notre Dame theologian Jesuit Father Brian Daley once said. (Columns)
Dec. 12 is usually the time during the Church calendar that we devote prayers to asking Our Lady of Guadalupe for her intercession. (Editorial)
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