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December 2

 Vacation is a pro-life issue
 

December 3

 Hanukkah is not the Jewish Christmas—but they are cousins.
 

December 4

 Advent and our desire for Christ
 

December 5

 Catholics are sharing memes online. Is this the New Evangelization?
 

December 6

 Angelo Secchi, the Jesuit father of astrophysics
 

December 7

 Audrey Assad on doubt, social justice and mysticism—plus an exclusive album sneak peek
 

December 8

 Pope Francis blesses the marriage of two flight attendants aboard the papal plane
 

December 9

 Finding hope in the refugee crisis
 

December 10

 Inside The Met’s “Heavenly Bodies” with Curator Andrew Bolton and Fr. James Martin, S.J..
 

December 11

 What’s behind hip-hop’s religious revival?
 

December 12

 Matt Maher: Jesuit spirituality could save the world
 

December 13

 Dear regular Mass-goers: The seats at the end of the pew aren’t for you
 

December 14

 Who deserves to be healthy? The prosperity gospel according to Goop
 

December 15

 I joined the Jesuit Volunteer Elder Corps at 68—and never looked back.
 

December 16

 Stephen Colbert Extended Interview | Faith in Focus
 

December 17

 Can’t wait till the 25th? For Filipinos celebrating Simbang Gabi, Christmas comes early.
 

December 18

 Las Posadas: a Mexican tradition keeps Christ (and Mary and Joseph) in Christmas
 

December 19

 Learning to pray on the pediatric oncology ward
 

December 20

 The case for accepting some clutter in your life this Christmas season
 

December 21

 Catholic parents: It’s O.K. to let your kids believe in Santa
 

December 22

 A Puritan visits Sagrada Família
 

December 23

 Week Four | Advent is a time to stop and notice the miracles around us
 

December 24

 A Christmas prayer for (nearly) everyone
 
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