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Deacon Pedro looks at Mary's "fiat" - her "yes" to God. And then he looks at all the ways God says "yes" to us so that we may say "yes" to Him. ...read more
From the earliest moments of the Church, women have served as deacons, ministering to those in-need in their communities. But over the centuries, that important role was somehow lost. Now, with the recent movement towards greater female leadership in the Church, the question of women’s ordination to the diaconate has resurfaced. In tonight’s program, we ...read more
Emilie Callan reflects on her experience last year as an auditor at the Synod of Bishops and answers some of your Frequently Asked Questions. ...read more
In preparation for WYD Panama 2019, read this interview with Archbishop José Domingo Ulloa of Panama City on his experience of the church in Panama. ...read more
Join Deacon Pedro as he considers the one baptism that binds all Christians and looks forward to the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, which begins on Friday. ...read more
Today we celebrate the Feast of the Holy Family. This year the Gospel for today is the finding of the child Jesus in the temple (Luke 2:41-52). In other years, it is the flight of the Holy Family to Egypt (Matthew 2:13-23) or the presentation of Jesus in the Temple (Luke 2:22-40). Is your family ...read more
How long should we celebrate Christmas? 1 day? 8? 20? 40? Allyson Kenny explains how the Church observes Christmas and why in this interesting short video. ...read more
Sit down with producer and director Sebastian Gomes as he talks about his brand new documentary: Magisterium of the People. ...read more
Christmas is such a stressful time. All our stresses are multiplied. We have to worry about guests and presents and food… And so I love going for a walk in the woods. It’s so quiet and peaceful. Might be a little cold, but it’s so comforting. That’s also one of the reasons why I love ...read more
Bad things happen: war, persecution. People are displaced, and they have to wait for things to get better. But this is not forever. There is hope. ...read more