Catholic Parishes on the Chopping Block? Don’t Sell Them — Do This Instead …| National Catholic Register

COMMENTARY: A project in South Bend, Indiana, illustrates that underused space can be repurposed to assist the Church in its

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Render to Caesar what is Caesar’s but to God what is God’s – Catholic World Report

If we Catholics have our priorities straight, we shall know how to interface with secular society with conviction, boldness and

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Woke corporate policies wreaking havoc on religious employees | Voice

A marked increase in workplace discrimination cases in recent years makes it clear that woke corporate culture poses a serious

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The Hope-Filled Legacy of the First Black Priest in the United States| National Catholic Register

EWTN host discusses the remarkable life of Father Augustus Tolton during the 125th anniversary year of his death. The Hope-Filled

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The Eucharist and voting our Christian conscience – Catholic World Report

To cast a vote for a candidate who calls evil good and good evil is, in effect, “to lay violent

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Today’s ✠Challoner Meditation: November 6th on the sanctity of the Christian institutes

A brief meditation for Christians from Bishop ✠Richard Challoner for everyday of the year.

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; Sunday XXII Post Pentecost

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; Sunday XXII Post Pentecost

A Sermon for Sunday: Sunday XXII Post Pentecost; Revd Fr Robert Wilson PhD

A Sermon for Sunday: Sunday XXII Post Pentecost; Revd Fr Robert Wilson PhD

Spiritual Reading for Sunday – Twenty-second Week After Pentecost

Since without the Divine aid you can do nothing, be careful never to confide in your own strength; but after the example of St. Philip Neri, endeavour to live in continual and utter distrust of yourself. Like St. Peter, who protested that not even death would induce him to deny his Master, the proud man trusts in his own courage, and therefore yields to temptation.

Morning Meditation for Sunday – Twenty-second Week after Pentecost ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

By our sins long ago committed, and often since, we have deserved hell. And do we understand what hell means? One moment in hell is more dreadful than a hundred years of most frightful torments. And yet we complain if God sends us sufferings. O Lord, Thou art just! Give us grace to suffer with patience.

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