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New film ‘Mother Teresa and Me’ aims to inspire ‘acts of kindness’

By |2023-09-05T09:29:51-05:00September 5, 2023|World News|

A new movie weaves together the lives of two women experiencing self-doubt, but, in the end, both women meet the challenge of their vocations despite their personal struggles.

Pope extols Native American saint as model for responding to God’s call

By |2023-08-30T08:24:40-05:00August 30, 2023|World News|

Like St. Kateri Tekakwitha, the first native North American woman to be canonized, all Christians must embrace their unique call to service of God and neighbor as well as the personal crosses that come with it, Pope Francis said.

Pope Francis: ‘We cannot be indifferent’ to people caught in drug addiction

By |2023-08-28T05:35:58-05:00August 28, 2023|World News|

Pope Francis said on Sunday we are called to act like Jesus and cannot be indifferent to the situations that lead people, especially adolescents, into drug addiction.

Guadalupe shows how faith is shared simply, with respect, pope says

By |2023-08-24T05:37:23-05:00August 24, 2023|World News|

Our Lady of Guadalupe and other recognized Marian apparitions show clearly how evangelization does not require complicated plans and elaborate theological explanations but sharing the faith in "a language suitable for all, a language that is comprehensible, like that of Jesus," Pope Francis said.

California’s new abbey is inspiring young men to join the priesthood

By |2023-08-22T05:34:51-05:00August 23, 2023|World News|

Just outside the City of Angels lies an abbey whose residents are praying to the angels. St. Michael’s Abbey outside of Los Angeles in Orange County opened in 2021 and is one of the newest abbeys in the world.

Pope: Dorothy Day’s life shows evangelizing power of charity, witness, love

By |2023-08-22T05:21:57-05:00August 22, 2023|World News|

Dorothy Day was "a great witness to faith, hope and charity in the 20th century," a woman who loved the Catholic Church despite the flaws of its members and who knew that serving God meant serving the poor and working for justice, Pope Francis wrote.

Jesus does not abandon individuals or the church, pope says at Angelus

By |2023-08-14T08:57:41-05:00August 14, 2023|World News|

Having faith does not mean there will be no difficulties in life, either for individuals or for the church as a whole, Pope Francis said, but it does mean knowing that Jesus is there to give courage and to defeat evil.

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