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10 Things You Need to Know About Jesus' Transfiguration
Last edited 5th August 2015

This Thursday commemorates the mysterious event known as the Transfiguration. This event is hard to understand. Why did it happen? What did it mean?


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Pope: Don’t Be Too Embarrassed to Go to Confession
Last edited 3rd August 2015

Pope Francis on Sunday in the Angelus address referred to an annual feast celebrated each Aug. 2 in Assisi, the Feast of Pardon, and exhorted the faithful to approach the Sacrament of Reconciliation and receive Communion.


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Prisoners, Volunteers, Teens Invited to Celebrate Jubilee with Pope
Last edited 30th July 2015

More than a dozen individual celebrations will be scheduled for the Jubilee of Mercy in 2016, giving pilgrims the chance to celebrate their own holy year with Pope Francis in Rome.


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A Meditation for Those Who Feel Alone and Discouraged
Last edited 30th July 2015

Every now and again in times like these, times of cultural confusion, times when so many Catholics have fallen away from the practice of the faith or are so breezily dissenting, think of the prophet Elijah at his lowest moment. He was in a cave, anxious and fretting, so depressed he could barely eat.


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God's Love for People of All Faiths
Last edited 28th July 2015

It's no secret: God has a thing for each one of us. He loves us more than we can possibly imagine. After all, he created us. He knows us inside and out. Whether or not we are aware of it, we share an intimate relationship with our Creator—even from before we were born.

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Yes, You CAN Raise Faithful Kids!
Last edited 28th July 2015

For the Catholic parent, there is no more important task than communicating our faith to our children. That doesn’t just mean teaching our kids Catholic prayers and rituals. It means teaching them how to have a meaningful and personal relationship with God. How to think and act morally. How to love rightly and intimately. How to celebrate and live life as the gift that it is meant to be. And, ultimately, how to be saints — living witnesses to a life of grace.


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Bishop-Elect Barron's New Book: “Exploring Catholic Theology”
Last edited 24th July 2015

Following the news that Pope Francis has appointed Fr. Robert Barron as auxiliary bishop of Los Angeles, we have heard some more exciting news, with the release of Bishop-elect Barron's newest book, Exploring Catholic Theology: Essays on God, Liturgy, and Evangelization (Baker Academic, 2015).


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Pope's Address on Modern Slavery and Climate Change
Last edited 22nd July 2015

On 21 July 2015, at the Synod’s Hall in the Vatican, Pope Francis addressed the Meeting on “Modern slavery and climate change: the commitment of cities” organised by the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, in which the mayors of the great cities of the planet took part to address two linked emergencies: the climate crisis and the new forms of slavery. The full text of his address is below:


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1001 Reasons Why it's Great to be Catholic!
Last edited 15th July 2015

– An interview with author Robert Haddad


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Pope Francis' In-Flight Interview from Paraguay to Rome
Last edited 13th July 2015

In the course of his 64 minute in-flight press conference while en route to Rome, Pope Francis answered questions ranging from politics, his upcoming trip to the Unites States, and his feelings about taking selfies. The Pope responded in Italian to 14 questions posed by journalists during his July 12 overnight flight from Asuncion to Rome.


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