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FaithNews
Gerard O’Connell
The pope called for specific, concrete, immediate steps that political leaders could take to end the wars and bring peace to the Holy Land and to Ukraine.
FaithNews
Cindy Wooden - Catholic News Service
"Let us lift our eyes to him and ask that the power of his resurrection may roll away the heavy stones that weigh down our souls," the pope said in his homily on March 30.
FaithNews
Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service
Those chosen to lead the Way of the Cross included minors living in foster homes, people with disabilities, migrants, catechists, priests and cloistered nuns.
FaithNews
Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service
"The concern of the risen Jesus is not to confuse his enemies, but to go and reassure his dismayed disciples," he said.
FaithPodcasts
Andriy Zelinskyy
Right there at the cross, in Jesus, our humanity doesn’t fall beyond its edges. Even there, even then, he continues to love. And even in that dense darkness—or loneliness—that he experiences as a human being, he doesn’t let himself forget that he is loved too.
FaithNews
Cindy Wooden - Catholic News Service
The 12 women whose feet were washed by Pope Francis included women from Italy, Bulgaria, Nigeria, Ukraine, Russia, Peru, Venezuela and Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Politics & SocietyNews
The Society of Jesus
"We, the members of the Society of Jesus, continue to be lifted up in prayer, in lament, in protest at the death and destruction that continue to reign in Gaza and other territories in Israel/Palestine, spilling over into the surrounding countries of the Middle East."
A child wounded in an I.D.F. bombardment is brought to Al Aqsa hospital in Deir al Balah, Gaza Strip, on March 25. (AP Photo/Ismael abu dayyah)
Politics & SocietyThe Weekly Dispatch
Kevin Clarke
While some children have been evacuated from conflict, more than 1.1 million children in Gaza and 3.7 million in Haiti have been left behind to face the rampaging adult world around them.
FaithFaith in Focus
Stephanie Saldaña
Easter will not be postponed this year. It will not wait until the war is over. It is precisely now, in our darkest hour, that resurrection finds us.
Arts & CultureCatholic Movie Club
John Dougherty
The paradox at the heart of Christianity is that we must die in order to live again. And few movies witness to that truth like “Romero” (1989).
FaithFaith and Reason
Robert P. Maloney
History has ignored Joanna, as it has most of the other women who followed Jesus from Galilee to Jerusalem and provided for him and the Twelve “from their resources” (Lk 8:2-3).
FaithDispatches
J.D. Long García
For parishioners at Most Holy Trinity Church in Phoenix, Ariz., dramatizing Christ’s Passion on the Via Crucis is a way of passing on the faith.
FaithFaith in Focus
Jake Theriot
During my time as the assistant Catholic chaplain at a state prison, I learned how chaplains must model their ministry to those who are vulnerable in the same spirit as St. Veronica.
FaithFaith in Focus
Britt Luby
For me, Communion is holy and very real, a connection to God and to God’s people. As a hospital chaplain, though, my job is to support the spirituality of patients and families right where they are. 
FaithThe Good Word
Terrance Klein
A Homily for Good Friday, by Father Terrance Klein
Politics & SocietyInterviews
Jesuitical
A conversation with Cardinal Wilton Gregory on synodality, the dangers of social media and the role of young people in overcoming divisions in our church and country.
FaithThe Good Word
Terrance Klein
A Homily for Holy Thursday, by Father Terrance Klein
Arts & CulturePoetry
Francis Baker
Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection made us into one with our great maker.
FaithThe Good Word
Terrance Klein
A Homily for Easter Sunday, by Father Terrance Klein
FaithPodcasts
Inside the Vatican
As Catholics around the world observe Holy Week, the hosts of “Inside the Vatican,” Colleen Dulle and Gerard O’Connell, take a look at Pope Francis’ Holy Week plans.