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December 25, 2019
December 25, 2019
On Christmas, Pope Francis prayed for Christ to bring light to the instability in Iraq, Lebanon, Venezuela, Yemen, Ukraine, Burkina Faso, and other parts of the world experiencing conflict. “The Son is born, like a small light flickering in the cold and darkness of the night. That Child, born of the Virgin Mary, is the
December 25, 2019
Christmas night tells each person, no matter how poor or sinful, that they are utterly and totally loved by God, Pope Francis said as he celebrated Jesus’ birth. The grace of God revealed in the birth of Jesus in a stable in Bethlehem “is divine love, the love that changes lives, renews history, liberates from
December 25, 2019
Much has been written over the past few decades about the dramatic decline of religious life in the United States since the close of the Second Vatican Council in 1965, but nowhere is it more noticeable than its impact on women religious. According to the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate (CARA), there were
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