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Susan Klemond
“Just as the waters crowd into the valleys, so the graces of the Holy Spirit fill the humble.”
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Alexandra Greeley
“I am going to move back home and teach people how to make Lebanese food”
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Sue Ellen Browder
“Look to the light shining out of the darkness. For Christ crushes evil under his heel and makes all things new.”
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Marge Fenelon
This is the only completely excavated Iroquois village in the United States
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Kathy Schiffer
St. Kateri is the patron of Native Americans and people in exile, as well as patron of ecology and the environment. Her feast day is July 14.
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Theresa Doyle-Nelson
July 13 is the date set aside for St. Ezra in the current Roman Martyrology.
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Joseph Pronechen
Now is the time to take a close look at the first two of three secrets which we don’t want to hear about that Our Lady gave the children at Fatima over a century ago.
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John Grondelski
How do people receive the Kingdom of Heaven? How does it grow in this world? And what’s worth doing to reach it?
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Susanna Spencer
The parents of St. Thérèse of Lisieux were the first husband and wife canonized as a couple.
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Alyssa Murphy
Father John Killackey came to the aid of several stranded on the road after a tragic six-car pileup in Lebanon, Pennsylvania.
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Angelo Stagnaro
Pope Benedict XIV solemnly approved and recommended the use of the medal to the faithful in 1742.
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Susanna Spencer
If the monks who pray all day need a Little Silence to recoup, so do we.
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Regis Martin
I shall always be grateful to a strange and wonderful teacher who introduced me to a world where universal truth and value do exist.
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Dave Armstrong
“There exists but one God ... he is the Father, God, the Creator, the author, the giver of order.” —St. Irenaeus
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Matthew Archbold
Any institution that can’t hire and fire for mission no longer has a mission.
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John Grondelski
These arguments are offered to help Catholics, pro-lifers and people of good will defend the Supreme Court ruling against a shower of opposition in coming months.
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Edward Pentin
“These texts don’t exist until the Pope actually pronounces them,” said Vatican spokesman Matteo Bruni.
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Kevin Wells
“Time here is like Magdalene’s perfume; it is precious for us.”
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John Grondelski
Blaine Amendments are nothing less than open declarations of religious hostility.
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Patrick Reilly
The Court’s ruling rests on whether an employee is a ‘teacher of religion’ and therefore a minister of the faith.