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WASHINGTON -- The mere act of lifting the dispensation from the Sunday Mass obligation as the coronavirus pandemic eases won't be enough to get Catholics to come back to church, and some dioceses and Catholics are actively working to bring people back.
Subiaco alumni catch up with each other before the alumni reunion banquet July 17 at Subiaco Abbey. (Photo)
WASHINGTON -- It turns out there really is no place like home for a prized piece of movie memorabilia that came to The Catholic University of America's drama department about 50 years ago.
CLEVELAND -- A series of debilitating crises in recent weeks — from a surge in COVID-19 cases to the assassination of a president — has left Haiti reeling again in uncertainty and forced Catholic Relief Services to curtail its outreach efforts.
“If I could change one thing in the world, it would be that everyone would be kind to each other. I chose this because I have experienced people being mean to me. I don’t want other people to feel sad or …" (Youthspeak, Seeds of Faith)
Jesus’ use of shepherds in parables was something relatable in society at that time. Herding involved shepherds walking behind sheep and redirecting the stragglers, according to … (Seeds of Faith)
I asked my Grandma Libby what her best tip was for a happy marriage. She and my grandfather were married for over 50 years, so surely she'd have something to share. (Columns)
Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann of Kansas City, Kan., recently shared words that all of us — including members of Congress and President Joe Biden — need to remember. (Guest Commentary)
“Dreamers” are once again wondering when they will lose the protection that allows them to work and go to school in the United States. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, DACA, has been a roller coaster for recipients for nine years.
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