August 9, 2022

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Saint Teresa Benedicta of the Cross

The story of Teresa Benedicta of the Cross begins with her life as Edith Stein, a noted philosopher raised in the Jewish faith. Her studies led Edith to the Catholic Church and to becoming a Carmelite nun. She died in ...
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Longtime peace educator Marie Dennis is Pax Christi USA’s Teacher of Peace

For more than 50 years, Marie Dennis has been asking herself as a white middle-class woman who once worked for the U.S. Navy how she could respond as a Catholic to the cries for justice of people around the world.
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Followers of St. Francis: Sister Marie Lucey, OSF

After 60 years, Sister Marie is still working hard for justice and peace.
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It Takes Courage

“Joseph of Arimathea, secretly a disciple of Jesus for fear of the Jews, asked Pilate if he could remove the body of Jesus”—John 19:38a. The horror of the crucifixion was overwhelming. Joseph's desire to properly bury Jesus overcame his desire ...
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Novena to Saint Clare | Day Eight: Honoring Our Talents

Whenever Francis struggled with the direction of his mission and vocation, Clare provided him with insight and encouragement.
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