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The Kasperites Don’t Understand Self-Damnation – Ellen W. Fielding, The Catholic Thing

Super-Dad: Seven Tips to Help You Reach Super Hero Status at Home - Rich Lamm, Epic Pew

When Is Christmas Over: January 1? Epiphany? Candlemas? – Susan E. Wills, Aleteia∝

My Top Ten Favorite Saints – Donald R. McClarey JD, The American Catholic

Eliminating Obstacles in 2015 (and Beyond) – Randy Hain, The Integrated Catholic Life™

Father Schmitz on Discerning Vocations: Be More Courageous – Arlene Spenceley, Ignitum Today

Global Warming: Is It Really Man-Made? – Frank Rega, The Shield of Faith

Stealing God’s Job – Melanie Jean Juneau, Catholic Stand

New Year’s Resolution Idea: Meet the Saints – Alex Johannigman, All That Catholic Jazz

Smarter Goals for the New Year – Ed Rogers, Psyched Catholic

Sri Lanka’s Not-So-Tranquil Buddhists – Mark Greaves, Catholic Herald

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Pope Francis says Mass in St. Peter's Basilica, Dec. 24, 2021

Christmas: When Does it End?

Candlemas is still observed with public, Christmas-esque celebrations throughout the world, including in Peru, Puerto Rico, France, and Belgium.

Pope Francis greets a crowd of an estimated 25,000 people gathered in St. Peter's Square in Rome for his Regina Caeli address on May 22.

Pope Francis: Ask the Lord for the Gift of Peace

‘The more we feel our hearts are agitated, the more we sense we are nervous, impatient, angry inside, the more we need to ask the Lord for the Spirit of peace,’ he said. He also spoke of the dignity of life: ‘Life is a gift from God!’