August 27, 2021

As Afghanistan convulses, Catholic organizations help refugees in U.S.

An already tense situation in Afghanistan took a turn for the worse early Aug. 26 when two explosions near the Kabul airport led to casualties and injuries still being calculated.
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Passing on History

For most of us, there are certain moments in time that remain frozen in our memories forever. We can recount every detail of the event, such as where we were, what was happening, how we felt.
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A Different View of 9/11

I wasn’t alive for 9/11. My mom was three months pregnant with me when the events of 9/11 took place. From my perspective, 9/11 seems like the distant past, much like the other important events that have happened in American history.  
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Sharing Our Faith Out Loud

St. Monica (332-387) wasn’t embarrassed about the way she evangelized to her son—although Augustine certainly was from time to time!
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The Hard Work of Transformation

Transformation is always a process of letting go, living in the confusing, shadowy space for a while, and eventually being spit up on a new and unexpected shore.
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