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Dominique Godbout tells us how COVID-19 has affected the Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh and about the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan. ...read more
Fr. Michael McGivney is going to be beatified. Who was he? And why is he important to the Church today, more than a hundred years after his death? ...read more
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One Body: A new blog series on ecumenism
Nicholas Jesson
May 26, 2020
What does it mean that all Christians are part of the Body of Christ? Read this new series on ecumenism exploring issues and ideas from the search for Christian unity. ...read more
Of all the saints that have lived and died in the city of Rome, only St. Philip Neri is called the "Apostle of Rome". What makes him so special? ...read more
Deacon Pedro guides us through the journeys of Paul in the final chapters of Acts as we approach the end of the Easter season. ...read more
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Word Alive: Why stand looking?
Deacon Eric Gurash
May 22, 2020
"He will come in the same way you saw him go," the angels said after the Ascension. What did they mean by that and what does it mean for us today? ...read more
Sr. Damien Marie Savino, FSE, explores faith lessons from the encyclical Laudato Si’ that we are living during the COVID-19 Crisis. ...read more
This week, Deacon Pedro looks at how the readings at Mass from Acts show us a Church moving beyond the circle of people who knew Jesus personally. ...read more
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Word Alive: The reason for our hope
Brett Salkeld
May 15, 2020
When we use the weapons Christ gives us – weapons that don’t even seem like real weapons – we find God giving us the victory. ...read more
Bishop Robert Reed speaks about the situation in Boston and running a TV station during the crisis, and offers hope for those who are missing the Eucharist. ...read more