The Tablet Staff After a peaceful Sunday morning church service in the remote town of Dablo, Burkina Faso, a group of 20 gunmen presumed to be jihadists surrounded the church, and shot and killed six worshippers, including a parish priest. According to an eyewitness account shared with Vatican News, the priest, Father Simeon Yamp, was […]
Local Knights Honor Unknown Soldier; St. Andrew Avellino Catholic Academy’s art teacher; Queen and Mom
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Dear Editor: What a great experience for Catholic school students! (“Model Seder at Divine Wisdom Academy,” April 20)
DURING THE LENTEN season I thought often about the mystery of human freedom. I have come to believe that any action performed out of love increases the freedom of the person who does it. For many years I thought that the more difficult an action was the more valuable it was. I now think almost the opposite: an action can be difficult for one person because he or she has not grown in freedom and holiness; for another person the same action may be relatively easy because the individual has grown into a deeper holiness.
A man arrested by New York police after he tried to walk through St. Patrick’s Cathedral in midtown Manhattan with flammables late April 17 has been charged with attempted arson, reckless endangerment and trespassing.
Sixth in lenten seriesA RELIGIOUS SISTER once told me that she had never experienced loneliness in her life.
As temperatures soared, thousands lined Third Ave. for the 26th annual Bay Ridge St. Patrick’s Day Parade March 24.