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Fr. Roger Landry
COMMENTARY: This is a time for special dedication, when poor Lents can be salvaged and good Lents can be perfected.
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E. Christian Brugger
DIFFICULT MORAL QUESTIONS: If a Catholic politician supports transgender ideology, should he or she be denied Holy Communion?
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Susanna Spencer
Let us grieve over the distance, long for our Lord in the Eucharist, and stay close to him in our hearts.
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Daily Mass
EWTN broadcasts the daily Mass live at 8 a.m. Eastern from Our Lady of the Angels Chapel on the EWTN campus in Irondale, Alabama. You can watch live on TV or online via streaming at ewtn.com/tv/watch-live. The text of the readings is available here.
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Edward Pentin
Latest updates from the Eternal City in lockdown since March 10.
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Fr. Timothy Gallagher
“Consolation must now be everyone’s commitment.”
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Anna Abbott
““For Jews demand signs and Greeks seek wisdom, but we preach Christ crucified...”
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Solène Tadié
Between now and April 17, various musical artists will be offering daily live concerts on social media in support of the #StayHome international campaign to help countries fight the spread of COVID-19.
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Angelo Stagnaro
“If souls are humble, they will be moved to give thanks.” —St. Teresa of Ávila
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Coronavirus Update
This list, based on Register coverage of the historic COVID-19 pandemic, will be updated frequently.
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Lauretta Brown
Delayed earlier by the coronavirus pandemic, the initiative is being rolled out today.
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Alexandra Greeley
It’s wonder this former PBS baking show host has earned the nickname The Bread Monk.
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Fr. Dwight Longenecker
“The liturgy is the work of the whole Christ, head and body.” (CCC 1187)
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Solène Tadié
Two young Dominican seminarians living in Switzerland provide weekly online lessons in Gregorian chant to ensure the survival of this centuries-old tradition.
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Jim Graves
“We’re living with a society that has completely destroyed the institution of marriage.”
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Sherry Antonetti
The grace is there in the Mass for the receiving. We need only to seek it.
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Kathy Schiffer
New sculptures and a new translation bring Dante’s Divine Comedy to life.
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Maggie Vander Woude
Let us take a break from the chaos and contemplate the beautiful lessons this virus can teach us.
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Patti Armstrong
“Save us, Lord our God, and gather us from the nations, that we may give thanks to your holy name and glory in your praise.” (Psalm 106:47)
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James Day
‘We have an anchor — by his cross we have been saved. We have a rudder — by his cross we have been redeemed.’
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Matt D’Antuono
He who spoke first also speaks last.
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Laura Dittus
Do you live life simply seeking pleasures and diversions, or do you have a more transcendent goal, loving God and neighbor?
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Joseph Pronechen
An essential way to meet the attack by the coronavirus is to consecrate or re-consecrate yourself to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
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Joseph Pearce
Selflessness is the definition of love. Selfishness is love’s absence.
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Regis Martin
We must soldier on, ever mindful of the world’s goodness, yet resistant to its entrapments.
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Christine Hanus
Fostering a love of learning isn’t hard, but it does take time.