February 25, 2022

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Broken Vessels: Lent as a Doorway to Conversion

We all face tragedy and challenges in life. When you make the choice to heal, your spirit is awakened through a nurturing of self and faith.
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Blessed Sebastian of Aparicio

Some holy people have a rather full life spread over a couple of vocations. Blessed Sebastian of Aparicio is such a person having been married twice before becoming a Franciscan.
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U.S. church offers prayers, solidarity after Russia attacks Ukraine

As war broke out in Europe Feb. 24, with Russia's early morning attacks on various parts of Ukraine, Catholics in the U.S. joined Pope Francis in prayers for the people of the East European nation and for peace.
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Life Has Changed, Not Ended

Recall the names and faces of your loved ones who have passed away. Offer a prayer for their souls, trusting them always to the mercy of God.
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Welcome, Lent

For Catholics, Lent is a sure part of the rhythm of life. The sacred season comes around every year, like an old friend who visits, without fail.
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What Ramadan Taught Me about Lent

An Islamic tradition sheds light on our own season of repentance.
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