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Mother Mary Angelica (1923-2016), through the years
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U.S. Bishops: Government’s Deportation of Central Americans Could Send Many to Their Deaths

The federal government is rounding up women and children who fled the drug and gang violence to return them to their home countries.

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Remembering Cardinal Capovilla, Pope St. John XXIII’s Friend and Secretary

Pope Francis called the cardinal, who died at age 100 on May 26, ‘a zealous guardian and sound interpreter’ of St. John XXIII’s memory.

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Pope on Corpus Christi: Eucharist Is Center and Pattern of Church Life

Reflecting on Multiplication of the Loaves and Fish, Francis said, ‘Clearly this miracle was not intended merely to satisfy hunger for a day, but, rather, it signals what Christ wants to accomplish for the salvation of all mankind: giving his own flesh and blood.’

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Did the Houston DA’s Office Abuse Its Power to Get Daleiden Indictment?

Attorneys for pro-life activists David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt contend that prosecutorial misconduct, involving collaboration with Planned Parenthood, should disqualify the indictments against the undercover videographers.

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Philippine President-Elect’s Latest Insult Is Directed at Catholic Bishops

Rodrigo Duterte, recently described the country’s bishops as corrupt — and worse — for allegedly resorting to seeking favors from politicians.

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Kaldu.org; Facebook.com/Eparchy-of-Phoenix; Peter Jesserer Smith; Facebook.com/Eparchy-of-Phoenix.

Eastern Catholic Bishops Made ‘Light of the East’ Burn Brighter in the US

Three just-retired Eastern-Catholic bishops worked tirelessly to evangelize with the spiritual treasures of the Chaldean and Byzantine traditions.

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Despite Catholic Priest’s Release, Questions Remain Over Vietnam’s Human-Rights Record

President Obama’s recent visit generated goodwill between the two former antagonists, but the communist nation still seems unwilling to allow basic rights.

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Exorcist: There’s a Demon That Specializes in Attacking the Family

Father César Truqui warns that everything that is harming the family, including divorce, pleases the devil.

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USCCB: Measures for Protecting Minors Are Working Well, With Extensive Diocesan Cooperation

‘We remain ever vigilant in the protection of children and the outreach to those most harmed by sexual abuse,’ said Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Louisville, Ky., president of the bishops’ conference, in annual report.

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Archbishop of St. Paul-Minneapolis: ‘The Archdiocese Has Disclosed All Assets’

Statement comes in response to accusations from ‘unsecured creditors committee’ and attorney Jeff Anderson, claiming the archdiocese should have reported $1.7 billion in assets, rather than the $49 million it reported in bankruptcy filings.

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Dublin Will Show ‘The Gospel of Family, Joy for the World’ at 2018 Meeting

‘The family is not just the object of the attention of the Church,’ Archbishop Diarmuid Martin told journalists at a Vatican press briefing Tuesday. Families have a ‘vital role’ as ‘real protagonists of renewal and of the transmission of the faith to the coming generations.’

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Jeannie Gaffigan on How to Be Catholic, Funny and Evangelize Effectively

The second season of The Jim Gaffigan Show begins next month on Father’s Day.

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UPDATED: Gov. Nikki Haley Signs Law Outlawing Most Abortions

The bill, signed into law on May 25, is named the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.

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