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Stephen Beale
Renamed the Abbey Psalms and Canticles, they will appear in the revision of the Liturgy of the Hours that is scheduled to be published in 2022.
Culture of Life
Joan Frawley Desmond
Three examples of how reserves of love and energy expand to meet the needs of each child in need.
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Judy Roberts
Combating the ‘diseases of despair’ that often plague modern young adults.
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Joseph O’Brien
Looking at the practical side of newly ordained diocesan priests’ supernatural vocation.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
Joint project of Corpus Christi Watershed and the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter aims to teach people how to make sacred music at Mass and vespers come alive in parishes.
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Sabrina Arena Ferrisi
A recent Department of Defense report about a credible UFO sighting in 2004 renews discussion about how science and faith have addressed the possibility of intelligent life on other planets.
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Joseph O’Brien
Men’s groups and individuals around the country are pushing back against the notion that masculinity is ‘toxic.’
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Jim Graves
New Orleanian shares his appreciation for the Advocate with his local community.
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Joseph O’Brien
The Pentecost vigil includes an extended number of readings and texts that reflect on, in particular, the Resurrection, Ascension and the descent of the Holy Spirit — and on the role of the Holy Spirit in the life of the Church.
Nation
Joseph Pronechen
The Register remembers three clergymen whose extraordinary courage should never be forgotten.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
Amid the Church’s tumults, St. Mary’s parish in Hudson, Ohio, has a culture of vocations, drawing good men to serve Jesus Christ and his Church through the priesthood.
Nation
Peter Jesserer Smith
According to a new poll, the number of Americans with no religious affiliation now exceeds the number of Catholics, the nation’s largest Christian denomination.
Features
Joan Frawley Desmond
Kathy Folan told the Register that she never considered abortion after she discovered she had become pregnant and viewed the child she entrusted to another family as a gift from God.
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Joseph O’Brien
‘Mother of All Holy Vigils’ symbolizes new life in Christ.
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Georgette Bechara
The priest was the first Columban missionary to die for the faith in China.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
Latin Rite parishes have a unique pastoral situation when it comes to receiving into the Catholic Church fully initiated Christians from Eastern Churches.
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Michelle La Rosa/CNA
In a video released April 2, World Autism Awareness Day, Father Matthew Schneider decided to go public with his diagnosis.
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Catholic News Agency
New survey finds married couples had more confidence in the lasting quality of their relationships than those who were living together.
Education
Peter Jesserer Smith
Father Seamus O’Kielty passed away as Christendom College’s assistant chaplain, revealing a legacy of faithfully following Jesus Christ in the spirit of old Ireland’s Catholic missionaries.
Features
Joseph Pronechen
A unique look at the living out of these 40 days.
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Patti Armstrong
Cincinnati’s Lou Groen turned a 1963 idea into the popular Lenten sandwich.
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Joseph O’Brien
St. Thomas and St. Francis de Sales offer sage advice for fasting this Lent.
Features
Lauretta Brown
The new organization aims to provide Catholic organizations with tools to fend off potential legal challenges in an increasingly hostile cultural landscape.
Features
Perry West/CNA
Matt Fradd launches ‘Strive’ program to combat addiction.
Culture of Life
Judy Roberts
Initiative also offers concrete campaign of prayer and sacrifice for the Church amid crisis.
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Catholic News Agency
Father Doug Grandon centered his homily for 17,000 attendees on Jesus’ arrival in Capernaum to preach and perform miracles in the region.
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Catholic News Agency
More than 17,000 attendees headed to Indiana for time of faith and fellowship, with thousands more watching live online.
Features
Peter Jesserer Smith
Gene-editing technology promises to help solve the rarest diseases afflicting humanity — but designing human embryos is a bridge too far.
Features
Stephen Beale
Mental-health professionals and military specialists increasingly rely on these tools to combat the after-effects of war.
Features
Judy Roberts
Those seeking out the old rite of the Mass say it better reflects and reinforces the faith they believe.