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Prayers, Support Needed for Those with Alzheimer’s Disease, Pope Says

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Marking World Alzheimer’s Day on Sept. 21, Pope Francis asked people to pray for all those affected by the illness, including families and caregivers. Alzheimer’s disease […]

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News Briefs: October 2, 2022

Prayers Offered for Victims of Ukraine War, Calls for Peace Renewed WASHINGTON, D.C. (CNS) — Cardinal Wilton D. Gregory of Washington, D.C. joined Archbishop Borys Gudziak of the Ukrainian Catholic […]

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Indiana Abortion Ban Temporarily Blocked as Challenge Moves Forward

INDIANAPOLIS (CNS) — A judge issued a preliminary injunction on Sept. 22 on a new Indiana abortion law that gives legal protection to most unborn babies.  The ruling temporarily reinstates […]

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Firefighter’s trust in God is forged by fire and faith

INDIANAPOLIS (CNS) – Joe Ybarra reached for his rosary as the wildfire raged across the Idaho mountainside, threatening his life and the lives of seven other U.S. Forest Service firefighters. […]

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Actor, Filmmaker on Catholic College’s Faculty Showcases State

WASHINGTON, D.C. (CNS) – Daniel Bielinski is one of many actors who holds down a second job. His is as Program Chair of Dramatic Arts at the University of Mary […]

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Statement from the Indiana Catholic Conference

The Indiana Catholic Conference was encouraged by the new law, SEA 1, which will protect more pre-born babies. We respect the legal process, but are disappointed that while the injunction […]

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News Briefs: September 25, 2022

Pope Meets Prelates Attending Weeklong Course for New Bishops VATICAN CITY (CNS) – Close to 200 bishops at the beginning of their ministries in dioceses and eparchies around the world […]

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Mezzo-Soprano on World Stage is ‘Grounded in Catholic Faith’

By Brian T. Olszewski RICHMOND, Va. (CNS) – Shopping at various grocery stores in the Richmond area in the early 2000s, customers might have heard a toddler singing in the […]

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Diocese of Phoenix creates Office of Mental Health Ministry

By Jeff Grant PHOENIX (CNS) – According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than twice as many people died in 2020 by their own hand than […]

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Show Me The Honey: Maryland Sisters Find Divine Touch in Beekeeping

BY GEORGE P. MATYSEK JR. CATONSVILLE, Md. (CNS) – With an apron protecting her long, black religious habit, Sister Deborah Rose Rosado marveled at the steady stream of thick, golden […]

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News Briefs: September 18, 2022

British Catholics, Pope Francis Pay Tribute to Queen Elizabeth II MANCHESTER, England (CNS) – Catholics in the U.K. paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II following her death on Sept. 8 […]

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Michigan Ukrainian Catholic school welcomes war refugees

By Daniel Meloy WARREN, Mich. (CNS) – Imagine you are 8 years old, and overnight, you have to leave your home – never to see it again, in all likelihood. […]