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In Person
Doreen Abi Raad
Patriarch Ignatius Aphrem II remains hopeful that his people can eventually return to the Nineveh Plain.
Vatican
CNA/EWTN News
Holy See says the retired pope is experiencing nothing more than the normal aches and pains of aging.
Vatican
Elise Harris/CNA/EWTN News
Vatican spokesman Greg Burke confirmed these meetings take place ‘several times a month.’
Nation
Elise Harris/CNA/EWTN News
Francis offers prayers for the victims and voices hope that such acts of violence will end, joining condolences of U.S. bishops.
Commentary
Kelly Scott Franklin
COMMENTARY: How can we make sense of waiting within the Christian life?
Hannah Brockhaus/CNA/EWTN News
'Return without fear to those outstretched, eager arms of your Father, who is rich in mercy, who awaits you,' the Holy Father said at Ash Wednesday Mass in Rome.
Culture of Life
Joseph Pronechen
Holy people whose feasts fall during these 40 days can light the way.
Culture of Life
Grace Emily Stark
Family Matters: Catholic Living
Blogs
John Grondelski
This rare convergence is a good time to remind people that true love demands sacrifice — and that contraception offends God
Blogs
Wally Faucheux
Love isn't love without goodness, beauty and truth
Edward Pentin
In a talk given to European bishops in 1989, the future pontiff foresaw many of the challenges afflicting the Church today, and proposed how to understand and effectively deal with them.
Father Raymond J. de Souza
COMMENTARY: All the immense good that he accomplished will continue to bear fruit. But his decision to abdicate will occupy the first place evaluating his legacy.
Edward Pentin
The Pope emeritus writes a short letter to an Italian newspaper, thanking readers for their expressions of concern as the fifth anniversary of the announcement of his resignation approaches.
VOICES from the Blogs
Fr. Dwight Longenecker
Justin McClain
K.V. Turley
Father John P. Cush
Joanna Bogle
K.V. Turley
John Clark
Jason Craig
Patti Armstrong
Patti Armstrong
Sherry Antonetti
Dave Armstrong
Steven D. Greydanus
Steven D. Greydanus
Fr. George Rutler
Msgr. Charles Pope
Thomas L. McDonald