February 2018

St. Josephine Bakhita is represented in this statue by Canadian artist Timothy Schmalz in this photo released by the Holy See Press Office Feb. 3, 2022. St. Bakhita, who was sold into slavery as a child, is the patron saint of the International Day of Prayer and Awareness Against Human Trafficking, which is marked on her Feb. 8 feast day. (CNS photo/courtesy Holy See Press Office)

St. Josephine Bakhita—A Model of Faith

Her kidnappers gave her the name Bakhita, meaning "fortunate. " Her life in captivity wasn't quite so. Born in Darfur in 1869, Josephine Bakhita was taken by Arab slave traders when she was 9.
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You and Your Health: Fighting the Inevitable

We might put things off because we are overwhelmed, lazy, or afraid of failing. A recent survey found that 37 percent of Americans say they have postponed medical changes to save money.
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Film Reviews with Sister Rose

The Post In 1971, the New York Times published a series of articles based on top-secret documents about America's 30-year involvement in the Vietnam War. These came to be known as the Pentagon Papers. In the late '60s, Daniel Ellsberg ...
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