March 9, 2023

Polish experts reject claim JPII ‘covered up abuse,’ urge all church records be opened to give full context 

KRAKOW, Poland (OSV News) — The fact that Cardinal Karol Wojtyla — the future Pope John Paul II — knew about abuse when he was an archbishop of Krakow, Poland, is neither new nor surprising, experts say. What remains to ...
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Journey Toward Rebirth

Reflect During the weeks of Lent, we embrace the sorrowful mystery of Christ’s death, knowing we are always journeying toward rebirth.  Pray Dear Jesus, Throughout these desolate forty days, our faith in yougrows buds of hopethat we know will soon unfoldbecause you’ve ...
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Mapping the Everyday Sacred

I rely on certain passages from the psalms as my daily guide; most essentially, the words from Psalm 119:105: “Your word is a lamp for my feet, a light for my path.” At the end of 2021, as I was ...
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Lent with St. Clare: Second Thursday

Each of us has been created for a different purpose. Clare’s path was different from each of ours, yet in many ways it is the same. We’re all blessed to have been created. What will we do with that blessing? ...
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