September 29, 2022

Catholic sisters, organizations call efforts to suppress voting a ‘sin’

Organizations led by women religious in the U.S., as well as other Catholic institutions, denounced those who threaten democracy and efforts that make it difficult for some U.S. citizens to vote.

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Connecting to the Light

Think how the light returning in your life each day is a miracle to behold. It might be the physical light of the sun or the light of a friend’s smile.

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Novena to St. Francis | Day Five: Poverty

Francis knew in his heart what the cost would be to follow Christ—and he paid it. And so Lady Poverty would be his forever!

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Strength in Suffering

In suffering Francis felt especially close to Jesus. Not that he wanted to punish himself or that he took delight in pain, but in illness he saw a weakness that was strength.

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