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Paintings place finishing touch on new Bishop Luers chapel

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‘Go ... and preach the Gospel’ ... If necessary, use a device

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Celebrating Mary’s role in our salvation

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Students follow in the footsteps of saints and scholars at Holy Cross College

“Pray with saints, learn with scholars, heal the world!” Over the course of two weeks in July, 115 high school students from throughout the country met at Holy Cross College […]

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ACE commencement ceremony highlights diocesan achievements

  On July 15, students of the 22nd Alliance for Catholic Education class were awarded master’s degrees and recounted the importance of faith-filled, relational learning and its potential to transform […]

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Formed.org: The Catholic faith, on demand

Living in the 21st century has made Catholics a digital people, whether they embrace and enjoy that truth or not. But instead of viewing technology as the antithesis of faith, […]

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Catholic groups ask Congress to reject ‘discriminatory’ RAISE Act

WASHINGTON (CNS) — Calling a proposed piece of legislation “discriminatory,” the head of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on Migration called on the president and Congress to reject […]

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USCCB president urges Trump to quickly act to ease contraceptive mandate

WASHINGTON (CNS) — The president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has called on President Donald Trump to ease the “onerous” contraceptive mandate of the Department of Health and […]

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New Smithsonian exhibit explores diversity of religion in early America

By Carolyn Mackenzie WASHINGTON (CNS) — The Smithsonian National Museum of American History’s new exhibition, “Religion in Early America,” celebrates the free exercise of religion and the religious diversity that […]

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All people are invited to know and to worship the Lord

Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time Reading: Matthew 15:21-28 The third section of the Book of Isaiah provides this weekend’s first reading. Understanding this part of Isaiah requires some knowledge of […]

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The value of work

All of us are liable to complain of our work. We grumble at the hardness of our work, at its monotony and dullness, at the lack of time to rest […]

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Human formation and becoming a bridge

One of the titles for a pope that I have always found interesting is “Pontifex Maximus.” This title is translated to “the greatest bridge-builder.” I, of course, have never seen […]

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