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Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B – October 28th, 2018 Mark’s healing stories of the blind man of Bethsaida (8:22-26) and the healing of Bartimaeus, the blind man on the road to Jericho (10:46-52), were undoubtedly popular stories in the early Church, and they remain very significant stories for the contemporary Church. These miracles ...read more
Cardinal Tagle and an international group of participants kick off Caritas International's "Share the Journey" campaign, updates from the synod - and more! ...read more
In honour of the feast day of Pope St. John Paul II today, here are some fun stats from his papacy. ...read more
Communion on the hand or the tongue? Kneeling or standing? Deacon Pedro addresses these and more issues in this 11th part of his series on the Mass. ...read more
What does the Church teach about vampires? This week, Deacon Pedro talks with Eleanor Bourg Nicholson about her new novel, A Bloody Habit - and much more! ...read more
In celebration of World Statistics Day, Fr. Matt Gworek offers some fun and fascinating statistics about our awesome Church and the people within it. ...read more
As the synod on youth wraps up its third week, we hear from two of the youth delegates and two bishops attending the synod. ...read more
Read the full text of the intervention given at the synod by S+L's Julian Paparella. ...read more
Dancing nuns, a second video from Pope Francis, a message from Cardinal Lacroix, and what happens when God calls your boyfriend to the priesthood. ...read more
Read about Vocation Myth #2 in which Kristina Glicksman discusses whether or not laypeople should have access to spiritual direction. ...read more