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Pope's tip for becoming a saint: Pray for someone who doesn't like you
IMAGE: CNS/Paul Haring By Cindy Wooden ROME (CNS) -- A practical first step toward holiness -- as well as for assuring peace in one's family and in the world -- is to pray for a person who has caused
Unusual detentions, raids raise questions as Trump announces 'crackdown'
IMAGE: CNS photo/Stephanie Keith, Reuters By Rhina Guidos WASHINGTON (CNS) -- People had been on edge for a while. You could feel the tension rise in immigrant neighborhoods in the U.S. as news of...
Bishop, advocates oppose Mississippi bill to outlaw sanctuary cities
By Maureen Smith JACKSON, Miss. (CNS) -- A bill that would keep agencies, cities and college campuses in Mississippi from offering sanctuary to unauthorized immigrants would not keep communities safe
Church leaders hope Trump does not repeal conflict-minerals provisions
IMAGE: CNS photo/Marc Hofer, EPA By Jonathan Luxmoore OXFORD, England (CNS) -- Church leaders and organizations in Africa, Europe and the United States said it would be disastrous if U.S. President...
Pope greets U.S. grass-roots groups, saying they help 'communities thrive'
IMAGE: CNS photo/Dennis Sadowski By Dennis Sadowski MODESTO, Calif. (CNS) -- Pope Francis congratulated more than 600 representatives of grass-roots organizations for responding with mercy to society'
Ten seconds into this video and you think you’ve seen it before: the sound of firearms, of men shouting in an all too familiar language that we’ve heard over and over again in news sound bites....
These 8 Keys to Prayer Will Change the Way You Pray
Prayer is intended to be our way of communicating with God. It is a gift, yet sometimes it becomes a task, a burden, or a mundane part of our daily routine. We may also experience dry spells in...
Does The LEGO Batman Movie Have a Catholic Agenda?
It seems that movies these days are no longer merely for entertainment purposes. The majority have an underlying social message that they are trying to get across to viewers. Is The LEGO Batman Movie
What Ashton Kutcher Said to Congress About the Horrors of Human Trafficking
Would you be shocked to learn that there are more souls ensnared in slavery today than in any previous moment in history? Let that sink in for a second. We at Catholic-Link have been lamenting and...
The Body is NOT a Hindrance to Spirituality: 7 Prayer Postures For Encountering God
No matter how spiritual we are, we cannot ignore our bodies when we pray. Indeed, we pray with and through them, not only with our voice and thoughts. If we are happy, our face expresses it, and our...