December 6, 2021

Stained Glass Window of Saint Nicholas

Saint Nicholas

The absence of “hard historical facts” is not necessarily an obstacle to the popularity of saints, as the devotion to Saint Nicholas shows. Both the Eastern and Western Churches honor him, and it is claimed that after the Blessed Virgin, he is the saint most pictured by Christian artists.

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Catholic organizations voice ‘anger’ over policy that keeps migrants out

In front of the White House, a large group of women religious and their supporters shouted just a few feet way from the president’s residence Dec. 3, calling him to end a Trump-era policy that keeps migrants out.

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Day Nine: A Catholic Family Advent

How can you share your talents with others to create a beautiful landscape?

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Capturing the Joy of Christmas

When I was a kid, Christmas was magical. My mom and dad excelled in the art of the holiday season; my mom filling the house with sweet and savory smells while my dad always piled too many presents underneath the Christmas tree.

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Serenely Trusting

Julian of Norwich wrote, “This beloved soul was preciously knitted to God in its making, by a knot so subtle and so mighty that it is oned in God.”

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