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Lent with Saint Teresa of Calcutta

Lent with Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa saw Lent as a time to focus on prayer, on oneness with God. She can be our guide through this holy season. By Heidi Hess Saxton

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Family and Lent

The ‘Ups’ of Lent

Lift up, give up, take up. This season invites us to do all three. By Msgr. Richard Hilgartner

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Franciscan Media

How to Meditate During Lent

Meditation and prayer are closely linked. Lent is the perfect time to blend the two. By Laurence Freeman, OSB

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Franciscan Media

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Love Letters From God

Scripture is a constant revelation of God's love for us. By Daniel P. Horan, OFM

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Book Overviews

Aaron M. Butts, assistant professor of Semitic languages and literature at The Catholic University of America in Washington holds a possible 16th-century Ethiopic liturgical manuscript at Mullen Library Jan. 25. The university is the holder of the fifth largest collection of Ethiopian Christian manuscripts in the United States and the largest collection of Ethiopian Islamic manuscripts outside Ethiopia. (CNS photo/Tyler Orsburn)

Couple donates Ethiopian religious manuscripts to Catholic University

A massive donation of Ethiopian religious manuscripts to The Catholic University of America in Washington makes the school one of the largest holders of such texts outside Ethiopia.

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Catholic News Service

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Pathways to God in Everyday Life

People who had ordinary encounters with Jesus in the Gospels can aid our daily journey as disciples. Catherine Looker, SSJ

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St. Anthony Messenger

Teacher Maria Dominguez works with students at Rodriguez Elementary School in Austin, Texas. Dominguez said there is fear and anxiety among her students and their parents, many of whom are in the country illegally, over the Trump administration's immigration proposals.(CNS photo/courtesy Maria Dominguez) See IMMIGRATION-TEACHER-DOMINGUEZ Feb. 10, 2017.

Immigrant teacher fears Trump undermining what she has fought to lift up

An immigrant teacher and White House honoree fears President Donald Trump is undermining the community she has fought to lift up.

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Catholic News Service

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Friar Alessandro’s Joyful Voice

This humble friar from Assisi has become a worldwide singing sensation. By Murray Bodo, OFM

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St. Anthony Messenger

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Belonging to God

God speaks through all creation. Our challenge is to learn how to listen—and to respond with a resounding “Yes.” By Brother David Steindl-Rast

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St. Anthony Messenger

Slammed in 2005 by Katrina, tornado victims hold fast to faith

Vergie and Roger Davis of Resurrection of Our Lord Parish in New Orleans East, who recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, have been through natural disasters of near biblical proportions before.

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Catholic News Service