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Joseph Pronechen
A unique look at the living out of these 40 days.
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Patti Armstrong
Cincinnati’s Lou Groen turned a 1963 idea into the popular Lenten sandwich.
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Joseph O’Brien
St. Thomas and St. Francis de Sales offer sage advice for fasting this Lent.
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Lauretta Brown
The new organization aims to provide Catholic organizations with tools to fend off potential legal challenges in an increasingly hostile cultural landscape.
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Perry West/CNA
Matt Fradd launches ‘Strive’ program to combat addiction.
Culture of Life
Judy Roberts
Initiative also offers concrete campaign of prayer and sacrifice for the Church amid crisis.
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Catholic News Agency
Father Doug Grandon centered his homily for 17,000 attendees on Jesus’ arrival in Capernaum to preach and perform miracles in the region.
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Catholic News Agency
More than 17,000 attendees headed to Indiana for time of faith and fellowship, with thousands more watching live online.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
Gene-editing technology promises to help solve the rarest diseases afflicting humanity — but designing human embryos is a bridge too far.
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Stephen Beale
Mental-health professionals and military specialists increasingly rely on these tools to combat the after-effects of war.
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Judy Roberts
Those seeking out the old rite of the Mass say it better reflects and reinforces the faith they believe.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
Pope Francis has identified sexual activity in the clergy as a problem — and adult victims say it gives cover to sexual abuse.
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Mary Rezac/CNA/EWTN News
The beloved Marian devotion has spread throughout the Americas, and beyond.
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Ed Condon/CNA
An Explainer From Catholic News Agency
Culture of Life
Peter Jesserer Smith
The Church has many liturgical and communal practices to allow the faithful on earth to intercede for the faithful departed.
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Judy Roberts
Don’t overlook the scandal’s mystical dimension
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CNA/EWTN News
Burke has been until now executive director of EWTN’s National Catholic Register.
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Joseph Pronechen
Connecticut liturgy highlights legacy of ‘Venerable’ Knights of Columbus founder and need for religious rebirth.
Culture of Life
Joseph Pronechen
Catholic and secular voices highlight why the Church was right about love and procreation.
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Joseph Pronechen
Catholic friends and leaders recall the good mission of Jerry Coniker, who died on Independence Day.
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K.V. Turley
Is the process of canonization about to start for the British writer?
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Judy Roberts
On the centenary of the late priest’s birth, those who knew him personally offer reflections about his transformational legacy of helping people who experience same-sex attraction.
Travel
Rachel Lanz
Harvard graduate student pursues his dreams in Rome.
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Joseph Pronechen
Patron of the universal Church honored in yearlong devotions.
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Patti Armstrong
The formal diocesan investigation for the cause of the Servant of God will close this week. Wise and EWTN’s foundress both came from Canton, Ohio.
Nation
Joseph Pronechen
How our country’s lyrical legacy honors the Almighty
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Patti Armstrong
St. Paul Street Evangelization partners with the Archdiocese of Detroit.
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Tom Hoopes
Montana priest Father Sean Raftis and nine childhood friends have played an elaborate, coast-to-coast game of tag for nearly 30 years.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
Group achieves diocesan approval for its program of forming fathers and sons in authentic Catholic manhood and holiness.
Travel
Rachel Lanz
Small, family-run business has created stunning pieces since 1900.