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Every one of us, in a small way, can make a difference in someone else’s life. Read a short reflection on the importance of Almsgiving during the Lenten Season. ...read more
The first-ever Vatican-Hackathon is a computer programming marathon that starts today at the Vatican, with the full support of the Pope, Vatican offices, and student volunteers from Harvard and MIT. Organisers assures everyone that no firewalls will be breached or other acts of computer piracy committed. ...read more
Let’s begin today with highlights from the Pope’s weekly general audience from Paul VI Hall, where he continued his catechesis on the Mass focusing his attention on the Eucharistic Prayer. Through the Eucharistic prayer, the Pope said, “Christians learn three attitudes: to give thanks always and everywhere, to make one’s life a gift of love, ...read more
Priests and laity were honoured by Pope Francis in the Diocese of Hamilton on Sunday, March 4th, 2018. His Eminence, Gerard Cyprien Lacroix, Archbishop of Quebec and Primate of Canada, will confer the honours with Bishop Crosby in the Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King, Hamilton. Salt + Light Television was there and will broadcast the special moment on television on Wednesday, March 14th, 2018 at 8pm ET/ 5pm PT. ...read more
Washington DC’s Cardinal, Cardinal Donald Wuerl has issued a detailed, pastoral plan to implement Pope Francis', Amoris Laetitia, in his Archdiocese. This plan is the first of its kind ever to be implemented at the parish level. ...read more
It was a full house at Hamilton’s Cathedral Basilica last night, as both priests and lay people received the Pope’s awards for various ministries and years of service to the Catholic church in Hamilton. ...read more
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Cardinal Wuerl Releases First Detailed Pastoral Implementation Plan ...read more
Read Jay Turchansky's reflection on his experiances in El Salvador while filming the upcoming documentary 'The Francis Impact.' ...read more
If you’re Catholic you do it all the time. If you’re not Catholic, you probably have noticed us making this sign: right hand to our forehead, then down to our chest, then over to the left shoulder and ending with the right shoulder as we say the words: “In the name of the Father, the ...read more