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EPISODE#106OC CATHOLIC RADIO: A TRIBUTE TO PATRICK MOTT

Host Rick Howick interviews guests on a variety of topics. One today’s very special edition of the program, we pay...

FACEBOOK RESTORES CATHOLIC PAGES AFTER THEIR ACCIDENTAL REMOVAL

WASHINGTON (CNS) — Catholic Facebook pages whose sponsors reported had been suddenly removed late July 17 were restored just over...

EPICENTER FOR OPIOID ADDICTION A MISSION FIELD FOR CATHOLIC OUTREACH

PHILADELPHIA (CNS) — Philadelphia’s ongoing struggle with opioid addiction has found an epicenter in the Kensington section of the city,...

VATICAN ASKS BISHOPS TO ENSURE VALIDITY OF MATTER FOR EUCHARIST

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Bishops should look at ways to help verify and guarantee the validity and worthiness of the...

FLYING HIGH

The 2016 girls’ volleyball season was one of the best in the history of the Trinity League. Santa Margarita was...

WORLDWIDE TRADITIONS OFTEN BLEND CATHOLICISM AND LOCAL LEGENDS

We Americans have patriotic traditions like fireworks for Independence Day. As Catholics, our unique family celebrations mark holidays such as...

SAINT PROFILE: JULIE MARY-MAGDALEN POSTEL

In 1774 this Frenchwoman opened a school for girls in her hometown, Barfleur. During the Revolution, Barfleur was a center...

A BRIDE AND GROOM

Two weeks ago, I had the great good pleasure of presiding at the wedding of my niece, Bryna. She has...

FOUR-DAY CONVOCATION IN ORLANDO CALLED ‘A JOURNEY’ FOR U.S. CHURCH

ORLANDO, Fla. (CNS) — Theirs was a monumental responsibility: shepherding lay leaders, cardinals, archbishops, bishops, religious, deacons, musicians, event staff...

ST. IRENAEUS SCHOOL SUPPLIES REACH GHANA SCHOOLS

In January Fr. Rudolph “Rudy” Alumam, a priest from Ghana, Africa, who was serving as a parochial vicar at St....