January 19, 2023

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Let Us Pray: When Words Fall Short

How do I begin writing about prayer when I have not felt like praying?

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Cordel Tyus and Devo McGraw sit on roofing from an industrial building in front of their home in Selma, Ala., Jan.12, 2023, after a tornado ripped through the area the previous day. A giant, swirling storm system billowing across the South Jan. 11, killed at least six people in central Alabama, the Associated Press reported. (OSV News photo/Mickey Welsh, USA Today Network via visa Reuters)

Alabama Catholics turn to prayer, outreach after deadly tornadoes

Katelee Hagan imagined Jan. 14 would be just another ordinary day at the Selma, Alabama, child care center where she works. But moments after the 21-year-old walked through the doors, a colleague told her, “We’ve got to go. A tornado is heading straight for us.”

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Homeless man sitting against blue wall

Free Us, O Lord

Reflect Saint Oscar Romero was known for his striking homilies that were broadcast on the radio in El Salvador. He often highlighted the plight of the poor and the marginalized, and called for systems and political structures to create space …

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Leaves in the shape of a heart

God Conquers Our Evil with Good

God resists our evil and conquers it with good, or how could God ask the same of us?!

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