August 25, 2022

The Catholic Project: Church at a Crossroads

The Catholic Project believes clergy and laity can work together to heal a US Church humiliated by the sex abuse scandals.
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Living in Limbo: 10 Years of DACA

When their parents brought them to the United States as children, they were too young to have a say in the matter. Now, as adults, they are advocating for the right to remain in the only country they've ever known.
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Dear Reader: Breathing Lessons

If you're reading these words, you are at least open to a restorative moment of calm. And that's really our goal.
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Statue of Saint Louis of France

Saint Louis of France

Saint Louis of France took his position seriously as both king and Christian. A true son of the Church, Louis worked for peace and reconciliation within his kingdom and beyond. He was generous with his wealth and his time. He ...
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Catholics ‘upbeat’ on Ukraine’s independence day, despite fear of attacks

Many of Ukraine's Catholics remain "upbeat and determined" despite fears of intensified Russian attacks on Ukraine's Independence Day, said a senior priest, who added that parish life was also continuing under tight surveillance in occupied areas.
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Decision at Daybreak

No matter how much we practice patience, no matter how much we pray, sometimes the morning arrives when we must take the action we’ve been contemplating, and it can be scary. No matter our choices, God will give us the ...
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