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Day 14 – Images of Sinfulness
We all know that Lent is a penitential season, a time when Christians get in touch with their sins. But Advent, too, has a penitential dimension, and for a very good reason. Advent is the season...
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Baby Jesus reminds us of painful plight of migrants, pope says
IMAGE: CNS/Paul Haring By Carol Glatz VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- The Christmas tree and Nativity scene are symbols of God's love and hope, reminding us to contemplate the beauty of creation and welcome...
John Glenn, American 'icon,' astronaut, former U.S. senator, dies at 95
IMAGE: CNS photo/NASA handout via Reuters By COLUMBUS, Ohio (CNS) -- Astronaut legend and decorated World War II pilot John H. Glenn, who served for 24 years in the U.S. Senate and inspired young...
In Jesuit publications, filmmaker Scorsese talks about his faith
IMAGE: CNS photo/L'Osservatore Romano, handout By Cindy Wooden ROME (CNS) -- In two long interviews with Jesuit publications, director Martin Scorsese described his new film "Silence" as a...
Catholics urged to witness faith in public arena as St. Thomas More did
IMAGE: CNS photo/Ashleigh Buyers, Catholic Herald By Michael F. Flach ARLINGTON, Va. (CNS) -- Bishop Michael F. Burbidge said that during these unsettling times, Catholics must imitate the witness of
Mary shows what good comes from wholehearted 'yes' to God, pope says
IMAGE: CNS/Paul Haring By Cindy Wooden VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Although she was just a humble young woman from a small town, Mary's total "yes" to God was "the most important 'yes' of...
How This Cynic Came to Appreciate Christian Music (even the cheesy kind)
Christian music lyrics seemed to be overly simplistic and unoriginal. It was odd to be a Christian that didn’t like Christian music. Or even understand it. But, honestly, I was a Christian music...
One Solitary Life: How A Life of Failure Changed the World
One solitary life. It was full of failure, and it ended in a premature and shameful death. There were no career accolades, family, or world acclaim. Just a life that was born into an enemy occupation,
How to Encourage Your Child’s Religious Vocation? 8 Essential Tips
Events like World Youth Day or a young saint’s canonization (recently, Saint José Sanchez del Río), tend to spawn a boom in vocations to the consecrated life like fungi after a storm....
“Believe” (2016): A Movie About Finding Hope When All Seems Lost
This past weekend my family had the opportunity to watch the movie Believe and it was just what we needed to help us get into the true spirit of the Advent season. My oldest three boys (ages 11,
The Tragic Chapecoense Plane Crash Reminds Us That Life Can Be Taken In An Instant
Full disclosure – I am not Brazilian. I’m only just starting to appreciate soccer, so I can’t really call myself a fan. I had never heard of the Chapecoense team before I woke up on Tuesday morning...