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104 Years of Faith: Breezy Parishioner Receives Birthday Blessing from Bishop DiMarzio (with slideshow)

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A Summer Working at the World's Fair

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Pope Francis and Theology

29 August 2014

Sixth in a series One of the unfortunate occurrences of the last 30 years is that a growing distance seems to have grown between some Catholic theologians and some members of the Catholic hierarchy.

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Knowing the Trinity

29 August 2014

Richard of St. Victor, a 12th-century Scottish theologian, is not exactly a household name in 21st-century Christian circles.

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Doing the Right Thing –  Easy to Say, Hard to Do

29 August 2014

Robert Bolt, author of the famous play, “A Man for All Seasons,” about the life and legacy of Thomas More, was a fascinating individual. As much as Thomas More is the hero of the piece and is clearly a saintly character, the play’s author was himself not a believer.

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Is Too Much Exercise Bad for Women?

29 August 2014

Dear Dr. Garner, I am 28 years old and love to exercise. In fact, I believe I have become addicted. I feel very nervous when I don’t exercise.

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Eye-Opening Pilgrimage To the Holy Land

29 August 2014

This summer, I was chosen to participate in a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. The trip was sponsored by the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre.

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Journeying in Faith: Future Ordinariate Catholics Mourn Late Pastor, Consider Next Steps

28 August 2014

Antonio Contreras was a man who brought people closer to God – first as an Episcopal priest and most recently as a Catholic journeying toward ordination to the Catholic priesthood. When he died earlier this month, his faith community lost its spiritual guide – but not its way.

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Consecrated Host Returned; ‘Black Mass’ Still Planned

28 August 2014

OKLAHOMA CITY (CNS) – A stolen consecrated host that was at the center of a lawsuit filed by Archbishop Paul S. Coakley and intended for use at a planned Satanic “black mass” in Oklahoma City has been returned.

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St. Louis Archbishop’s Steps to Dismantle Systemic Racism

28 August 2014

ST. LOUIS (CNS) – With the strife and violence in the aftermath of Michael Brown’s shooting death by a police officer in Ferguson, more than 500 St. Louis Catholics gathered for a votive Mass for peace and justice Aug. 20 at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis.

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Slain US Journalist Lived Faith Through Work

28 August 2014

Slain U.S. journalist James Foley, who sent images and copy from different war zones, was described as living his faith through his work.

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On Labor Day, Bishops Call for Solidarity

28 August 2014

In their 2014 Labor Day statement, the U.S. bishops denounced the fact that young adults have “borne the brunt” of unemployment and underemployment in this country and around the world.

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