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Archbishops to Receive Palliums at Home with their Flock
Last edited 29th January 2015

When Pope Francis celebrates the feast of Sts. Peter and Paul in June, he will set aside an element that has been part of the Mass for the past 32 years; the Vatican confirmed he will not confer the pallium on new archbishops during the liturgy.


The Village that Just Got its First Fridge
Last edited 28th January 2015

Three-quarters of the world's homes have a fridge - an appliance that can revolutionise a family's life. A tailor in one Indian village has just become the first person in his community to own one - something he has dreamed of for 10 years.


Body and Soul - God's Miracles in Haiti
Last edited 28th January 2015

God is working amazing miracles in Haiti at the Life Teen Mission Base. See what He's doing through the Life Teen Missionaries. Lives are being changed and souls are being saved - and you can be a part of the ongoing miracles!

The Difference Between a Renaming and a Baptism
Last edited 26th January 2015

The Church does not rename pagan traditions as the secularist renames Christian holidays, seasons, symbols and so forth. The Church baptizes the world. The Church impudently gives pagan traditions new meanings, of which a new name is an icon and consequence.


Church in Central African Republic Prepares for Papal Visit
Last edited 26th January 2015

Pope Francis plans to visit the Central African Republic late this year in an effort to end two years of inter-communal violence, the vice president of the country’s bishops’ conference has confirmed. Bishop Nestor-Desire Nongo Aziagbia of Bossangoa told Catholic News Service that the Pope “responded positively” to an invitation from the bishops’ conference and that plans for the visit were being made.

The Fight for Human Dignity - How MLK Speaks to ISIS, Abortion
Last edited 20th January 2015

The ongoing legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., is that every human life is sacred and must be protected from injustice, said leading U.S. bishops on Jan. 19.


Our Pick of the Films of 2014
Last edited 15th January 2015

Picking the year’s most worthwhile films is always a challenge. Here is a list of ten from a range of genres, with something for everyone.

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Ruby Bridges visits with the President and her Portrait
Last edited 13th January 2015

Ruby Bridges visited the White House to see how a painting commemorating her personal and historic milestone looks hanging on the wall outside of the Oval Office.


The Great Divorce Between Heaven and Hell
Last edited 13th January 2015

C S Lewis comes to the stage, and leads the audience into deep waters.

Service Groups Help Homeless Prepare for Pope’s Visit to Manila
Last edited 12th January 2015

This week, volunteers at a three-year-old program to assist the homeless at Manila’s Ermita Church made sure their clients will be ready for the pope’s arrival Thursday. The program, run by the Knights of Columbus and the Lions’ Club, offered clean clothes, haircuts and a shower.


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