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COMMENTARY: While John Krasinski’s video series filled a gap left by the Church, Father Jay, who died June 3, lived an unrelentingly joyful and thankful life.
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COMMENTARY: As the world endures the worst global sickness in a century and millions are enduring truly difficult times, those words take on added meaning.
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COMMENTARY: These distinctive marks of Pope St. John Paul II’s papacy commemorate the 10 decades since his birth.
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COMMENTARY: What God provides humanity through the Church is as essential a service as ever.
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COMMENTARY: Let us heed the words of Pope St. John Paul II, who once told young people that the fastest way to mature was to become better penitents.
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God wants us to turn to him with trust in his mercy.
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COMMENTARY: This is a time for special dedication, when poor Lents can be salvaged and good Lents can be perfected.
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COMMENTARY: St. Charles Borromeo reminds us that troubled ages like this are times for Catholics united with Christ truly to shine.
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8 ways we can grow in devotion to St. Joseph, whose feast day is March 19
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The Holy Father’s apostolic exhortation Querida Amazonia is a crucial missionary reset for the Church.
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COMMENTARY: Pope St. John Paul II stressed that we are living in a kairos, or special time, of mercy. The Missionaries of Mercy are one of Pope Francis’ responses to that kairos.
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COMMENTARY: Pope Francis established a new important annual feast, the Sunday of the Word of God, to accentuate the importance sacred Scripture is meant to have in the faith, prayer and lives of believers.
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The point of a homily is not just to give us something to think about, or to lead us to make a minor change in our life. It’s to form us to become more like Jesus Christ.
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COMMENTARY: Better preaching will increase the hunger and attentiveness to the word of God, and bring more people back to Mass.
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The beatification of Brother James Miller is a reminder that the greatest in the kingdom of heaven are those who keep the faith and teach others to do the same.
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William Barr’s comments are a wake-up call for citizens to take seriously the threats to religious liberty and freedom of conscience — and to begin to act.
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“To liberate only one soul,” said the Little Flower, “I would gladly die many times over.”
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COMMENTARY: The former Oxford don, who will be canonized with four other saints Oct. 13, is not as well-known to the Catholic masses as he should be.
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Thanks to ESPN, a former basketball star brings the love of Jesus Christ to the world — without leaving her cloister
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The feast of the first married couple canonized together is July 12.
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COMMENTARY: Will the proposed change in discipline lead to a holier clergy and a holier Church, or will it weaken the Church’s mission to evangelize and make saints of those in the Amazon and elsewhere?
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COMMENTARY: Like the Annunciation, the Visitation is a feast on which we should ponder the deeper meaning of human life in the womb.
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COMMENTARY: With the promotion of gender ideology, our culture is recklessly sprinting backward.
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“This is what the red color of their habits means: the color of blood and love.” —Pope Benedict XVI
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Rome 2019 repeated some of the most serious mistakes of Dallas 2002.
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COMMENTARY: There’s no seamless garment if there’s no child to be covered by that garment as the child grows from conception to natural death.
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The Te Deum, the Church’s most solemn hymn of thanksgiving, is particularly needed this year
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Is there any good news from what happened in Baltimore?
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Five centuries ago, St. Charles Borromeo had a challenging assignment — and so does the Church today.
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COMMENTARY: With all the filth disfiguring the Church, World Mission Sunday cannot come at a better time.
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COMMENTARY: Forthright answers to some small- and big-picture questions on the current scandal in the Catholic Church.
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Church renewal must include the renewal of spiritual fatherhood among the clergy — and an intolerance for bishops who tell lies.
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There’s much for each of us to do, and every prayer or good deed is part of the rebuilding the Church desperately needs.
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Answering some of Catholics’ honest questions as they navigate their way through the latest scandal.
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Sometimes the words of prophets are valued only after people have suffered because of a failure to heed them
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Many priests have, in fact, been imprisoned or died in protecting the seal of Confession.
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COMMENTARY: Will the suicides of Kate Spade, Anthony Bourdain and the 45,000 suicides in the United States annually convince us that we all have an important role in that saving work?
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A culture of chastity is one is one in which women are more easily respected as they ought to be
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Sexually active gays and lesbians — and all others who are engaging in ‘porneia’ — need conversion, not affirmation.
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Father Roger J. Landry, a priest of the Diocese of Fall River, is national chaplain for Catholic Voices USA.