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Faith Has Grown Stronger Among Christians Who've Escaped Iraq

Last edited 22nd February 2017

We are at the church of St. Tecla in Beirut, Lebanon. Today is not a day of obligation, but the church is still full, mainly with refugees from Iraq; people who have lost everything except their faith.


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9 Things you Need to Know About the "Chair of St. Peter"

Last edited 20th February 2017

Yes, there is a physical object known as "the Chair of St. Peter." It is housed at the Vatican, at the back of St. Peter's basilica. February 22 is the Feast of the Chair of St. Peter.


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Introducing the Xt3 Lent Calendar

Last edited 21st February 2017

Give God a moment this Lent with


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Simcha Fisher: the Samurai Martyr and the Sex Abuse Scandal

Last edited 14th February 2017

On 7 February, the 16th-century Japanese samurai and martyr Takayama Ukon was beatified. He’s called a martyr even though he wasn’t directly executed, because his death came as a result of his exile and sacrifice for his faith.


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Pastoral Message in response to the Royal Commission - Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP

Last edited 13th February 2017

A Pastoral Message in response to the Royal Commission from Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP.


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Advice For The Convert: 12 Things To Consider During The Conversion Process

Last edited 6th February 2017

Maybe you’ve attended a course, a retreat, or a workshop; maybe you’ve had an awakening experience through prayer, or a dialogue that stirred in you a profound desire for conversion and to follow Christ in the Church He founded (the Catholic Church). Maybe you are excited and hopeful to build a new and better world, or realize that you need the Sacraments for your own sake. Whatever has brought you this far, reaching out for God’s merciful embrace for the first time is an awesome experience! Nonetheless, there are some things you must know so you don’t get frustrated or feel discouraged in moments when your initial enthusiasm wanes.


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Missio - You Can Help the Poor

Last edited 2nd February 2017

You Can Help the Poor As Catholics, we believe strongly in caring for all people and creation, which is evidenced in the Catholic social teaching doctrine.


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Krakow's New Archbishop Talks St. John Paul II and Divine Mercy

Last edited 1st February 2017

The archdiocese that once sent St. John Paul II to the papacy has a new archbishop: Marek Jedraszewski. The archbishop has special memories of the sainted Pope and the Divine Mercy devotion he brought to the world.


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Missionary Sisters Serve as Vatican Museum Guides to Unearth God's Mercy in Art

Last edited 22nd January 2017

Michelangelo, da Vinci, Raphael...these artists' masterpieces are being used to send a message of faith and mercy to pilgrims at the Vatican.


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Caritas Network Responds To Typhoon Nina In The Philippines

Last edited 8th January 2017

Local Caritas staff, partners and volunteers are responding with emergency assistance following a powerful Category Four typhoon that struck the Philippines on Christmas Day.


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