St. Pius of Pietrecina (1887-1968) is generally better known by his more popular name: Padre Pio. He was canonized by 
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The soul-stirring pageantry during the opening of the 52nd International Eucharistic Congress earlier this month in Budapest came as a 
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Today’s culture has begun to realize that recent decades of overzealous positivity have led to unsustainable expectations for happiness and 
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With great sadness, we announce the death of Patricia Fischer (Dayton, Ohio) on September 5, 2021 at the age of 
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Since Pope Francis offered the world his reflections in the encyclical Laudato Si’, my consciousness of caring for creation has 
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If “back to school” is starting to feel like a regular occurrence, that’s no surprise. Families and educators have had 
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Have you ever been in a time and a place where everything seemed to be just perfect? Perhaps for just 
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This year, the feast of St. Ignatius of Loyola has an extra sparkle. Not only is today Ignatius Day for 
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The women of the gospels are significant to us in so many ways. They are models of faith and discernment, 
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COVID-19 has taught us many things, but for me one of the most painful lessons was that our society has 
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