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Catherine Mendenhall-Baugh
“The witness of Scripture is unanimous that the solicitude of divine providence is concrete and immediate; God cares for all, from the least things to the great events of the world and its history.” (CCC 303)
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Nicholas Wolfram Smith
Our Lady of the Atonement is transferred from the Archdiocese of San Antonio to the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter.
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Stephanie Mann
In spite of his three falls, Blessed John Hambley eventually repented and suffered for Jesus and His Church, uniting himself to the Cross of Christ.
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Angelo Stagnaro
The sizable crowd of walkers included 100 Blue Knights, a pro-life motorcycle group and a dozen pro-life floats.
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Rebecca Frech
“Sacred Scripture and the Church's traditional practice see in large families a sign of God's blessing and the parents' generosity.” (CCC 2373)
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Jimmy Akin
When applied to God, the term “eternal” doesn't mean “a long, long time.” It means he is outside of time altogether.
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Stacy Trasancos
Biological evolution will never fully account for humanity because we are persons, made in the image and likeness of God. It is not unreasonable to assume humanity began with a miracle.
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Jimmy Akin
What could we learn about early Christianity just by reading the other documents of the New Testament?
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Edward Pentin
Yohanna Towaya, who lost all his livelihood after ISIS invaded his home town, says Christians and Yazidis prayed for Trump to win the U.S. election and have high hopes he can lead the way in saving them from this crisis.
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Tom Wehner
Mother Angelica taught me about pain and sacrifice, prayer and perseverance. She taught me what it was to be loyal to the God who inspired her and carried her. They are lessons I’ll never forget.
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Patti Armstrong
Mother Angelica did not do anything different than what we all should be doing—saying yes to God every moment of our lives.
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Kevin Di Camillo
Seeing Mother Angelica, and hearing her voice again, took me back nearly two decades to the night she laid her hands on my head.
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Edward Pentin
Volunteer John Neill discusses the hard realities facing Iraq’s Christians and stresses the urgent need for security and funding.
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Dave Armstrong
“The Church has always venerated the Scriptures as she venerates the Lord's Body.” (CCC 103)
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Joseph Pronechen
Along with St. Joseph's appearance, Our Lady's apparition in Cotignac, France, shows the importance of her intercession for families and countries.
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Patti Armstrong
In this historic spiritual battle, we are one with the Catholic Church — and that is no small thing.
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Kathy Schiffer
One year after Mother entered eternal life on March 27, 2016, Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe shares a behind-the-scenes look at the spunky nun who founded the EWTN Catholic media empire.
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Bishop Robert Barron
This is what made Patrick the patron of the Irish and Joseph the patron of the universal Church.
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Steven D. Greydanus
Homily for the Vigil Mass for the Fourth Sunday of Lent
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Kevin Di Camillo
This is a reminder that no matter how big the game may be, you may be called home at any moment.
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John Clark
The Feast of the Annunciation marks the day when Mary said “Yes” to God. May today be the day we say “Yes” to Him, too.
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Sherry Antonetti
“In the unity of this Body, there is a diversity of members and functions. All members are linked to one another, especially to those who are suffering, to the poor and persecuted.” (CCC 806)
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Edward Pentin
Founder of charity helping persecuted Christians reflects on a visit last week to some of the liberated towns and villages in northern Iraq.
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Matthew Archbold
In an age when everyone seems to possess his own ‘truth’, there is little wisdom to be found.
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Stephanie Mann
“The Annunciation to Mary inaugurates ‘the fullness of time’,the time of the fulfillment of God's promises and preparations.” (CCC 484)