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October 19, 2021
Performances by Illinois prisoners explore domestic violence — and the public is given rare chance to see behind prison walls
For years, incarcerated women in Illinois have gathered to share spoken-word performances, songs and theater presentations to express painful histories...
October 10, 2021
Baltimore group pushes to expedite sainthood for six Black Catholic heroes
The process of recognizing saints in Catholicism is so arduous that it can take generations, even centuries, to complete, but...
October 3, 2021
During U.S. visit, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew meets with Cardinal Gregory in Orthodox chapel at Georgetown University
During a momentous third day of his visit to the United States that included a White House meeting with President...
September 29, 2021
Black Catholics work to renew their faith community
The Southern Cross
It’s been designated as Black Catholic History Month, when the contributions of Black saints and martyrs are recognized, and stories...
September 22, 2021
Rediscovering awe and wonder in the miracles of everyday life
National Catholic Reporter
One of the problems with miracles is that they are, by definition, rare occurrences. At least they seem like rarities...
September 15, 2021
The Eucharist Stole My Heart
The Magazine Of The Catholic Diocese Of Birmingham
“It felt like Christmas morning. When you wake up, you know Santa’s been there, and the toys are under the...
September 9, 2021
Notre Dame Office of Life and Human Dignity welcomes Gloria Purvis as inaugural Pastoral Fellow
McGrath Institute for Church Life
The Notre Dame Office of Life and Human Dignity (NDOLHD) at the McGrath Institute for Church Life is excited to...
September 6, 2021
Where to donate to agencies responding to the Haiti earthquake
Catholic News Service
Numerous organizations, including Catholic agencies, are accepting donations to assist with their emergency response to the Haiti earthquake.
August 30, 2021
Should we go back to masks at Mass? Some U.S. bishops say yes.
America Jesuit Review
With the Delta variant powering a month-long escalation in Covid-19 cases across the country—especially in states with low vaccination rates—municipal...
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