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The first words of today's Second Reading from Paul's letter to the Galatians catches our attention by their simplicity: "I want you to know . . ." - words that invite us into the personality of this remarkable person – such an instrument in the early spread of the message of Jesus' gift to the world.
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"It doesn't matter." Too often we say these words out loud or silently to ourselves.
Why does Scripture say there will be a general judgment since we will all be judged at our death?
The new minister general of the Order of Friars Minor said the Franciscans are united, energized and challenged by the ministry of the new pope, whose name honours their founder, St. Francis of Assisi.
A majority of U.S. priests said they dislike the translation of the Roman Missal introduced at Advent 2011, a new survey found.
Catholic bishops from the European Union’s 27 member states said draft rules on clinical drug trials are too lax and urged legislators to ensure the tests are carried out only with the consent of patients.
Pope Francis might visit the Philippines in early 2016 to attend the International Eucharistic Congress in Cebu City, said Archbishop Jose Palma, president of the bishops’ conference.
Two months after he said he wanted time for dialogue and prayer before fully confirming or appointing top officials, Pope Francis reappointed Cardinal Agostino Vallini as his vicar for Rome.
Pope Francis received a bloodstained relic of slain Archbishop Oscar Romero as a gift from El Salvador’s President Mauricio Funes Cartagena.
Pope Francis will visit the birthplace of his namesake, St. Francis of Assisi, on the saint’s feast day, Oct. 4.