May 14, 2020

Understanding Annulments

My heart goes out to the many good people who have suffered the tragic breakup of their marriage. I would advise anyone in such a situation not to be afraid of the Church's rules and regulations.
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Catholics among Mormons

What is it like to be Catholic in a land settled and populated mostly by Latter-day Saints? Special challenges to the Catholic community develop special strengths, agree Salt Lake City Catholics in interviews with St. Anthony Messenger.
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Friar Alessandro’s Joyful Voice

I'm waiting beneath two stunning magnolia trees in the courtyard of the friary of Our Lady of the Angels, whose chapel, the Porziuncola the "Little Portion " Saint Francis restored with his own hands. Here, on the plain below Assisi, ...
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What Millennials Want

Text, post, tweet, pin, repeat. Text, post, tweet, pin, repeat. The unfailing cadence of the millennial generation. The drum of social media and connectivity that beats faster every day, pushing my generation onward as if it were the refrain of ...
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Celebrity chef Father Leo Patalinghug displays a Lenten seafood pasta meal he prepared in his Baltimore kitchen Feb. 24, 2016. During a Nov. 22, 2019, session at the National Catholic Youth Conference in Indianapolis, Father Patalinghug, better known as the "the cooking priest," provided a different kind of recipe, "Five Steps to Become a Teenage Saint," to help youths get to heaven. (CNS photo/Chaz Muth)

Father Leo Patalinghug: Connecting Food and Faith

Why do we have to limit Thanksgiving to once a year? That’s what this food-loving priest wants to know.
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