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Finding God in the belly of a whale
March 22, 2023
In the whale, in whatever trials we might face, God is still there. We can't learn the lesson later; we must learn to know God in the dark when our other helps are removed.
Dolores Leckey, founding director of U.S. bishops’ laity secretariat, dies at 89
January 26, 2023
Dolores R. Leckey, who was founding director of the U.S. bishops’ Secretariat for the Laity in 1977 and at the time one of the highest ranking women in the U.S. Catholic Church, died peacefully of natural causes Jan. 17 in her home in Arlington.
Pope Francis: Long homilies are ‘a disaster’—keep it under 10 minutes
Justin McLellan – Catholic News Service
January 23, 2023
Lengthy, abstract homilies are “a disaster,” so preaching should be limited to 10 minutes, Pope Francis said to diocesan liturgical directors on Jan. 20.
As their World Cup team advances, Argentines call on folk saints for help
December 12, 2022
Many Argentines have been rooting vocally for their national team, but taking care to pray to the country’s many folk saints.
Vatican announces Pope Francis’ end-of-year liturgy schedule
Robert Duncan - Catholic News Service
December 02, 2022
With most of the restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic removed, Pope Francis is scheduled to return to a full slate of public liturgies in December and January.
Pope Francis on All Souls’ Day: At our final judgment, all that counts is how we loved the poor.
Cindy Wooden - Catholic News Service
November 02, 2022
The Gospel teaches people how to live while awaiting death and God’s judgment, loving because he is love, Pope Francis said during a Mass at St. Peter's on All Souls' Day.
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