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PCPM meets for Plenary Assembly
(Vatican Radio) The Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors [PCPM] met for its eighth Plenary Assembly from March 24-26, 2017. The resignation of founding member Marie Collins was a...
Pope Angelus: look to the light of Christ
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Sunday during the Angelus in a sunny St Peter’s Square took inspiration from the Gospel reading in which Jesus restores the sight of the blind man. Listen to Lydia...
Pope wraps up day in Milan meeting newly confirmed youngsters
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis wrapped up his one-day pastoral journey to the northern Italian city of Milan with an encounter with newly confirmed youngsters. At the end of his busy day in the city,...
Pope’s Mass in Monza: ‘A people at the peripheries’
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis celebrated Holy Mass in Monza Park for the people of the Archdiocese of Milan, Italy on Saturday during a pastoral visit, reflecting on the annunciation of Jesus as
Pope Francis spends time with prison inmates in Milan
(Vatican Radio) One of the highlights of Pope Francis ’ 1-day pastoral journey to the Italian city of Milan is his visit to the city’s main detention center, the San Vittore Prison . Shortly after...
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50 Years of Living Only on the Eucharist, If Dad Takes Faith Seriously So Will Children, and More!
By Tito Edwards | Marthe Robin: Her Only Sustenance for 50-Plus Years was the Holy Eucharist – Larry Peterson, Aleteia If Dad Takes Faith in God Seriously, So Will His Children – Fr. Richard...
How Do Adam and Eve Fit With Evolution?
By Stacy Trasancos | Tell a Catholic kid about evolution—that there was a Big Bang and that in this expanding cosmos our sun is a star in a cluster of 200 billion stars in the arm of a spiral in a...
What James Teaches Us About Early Christianity
By Jimmy Akin | The Gospels and Acts are our best sources about Jesus and the early history of Christianity. But suppose we didn’t have them? What could we learn about early Christianity just by...
Cardinal Keeler Leaves a Legacy of Ecumenism and Evangelization
By Bishop Kevin Rhoades | While in Baltimore last Thursday for a meeting of the Catholic Relief Services Board of Directors, Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore called to inform me of the death of...
Lenten Gospels: A Crash Course in Baptism
By Father Raymond J. de Souza | On Lenten Sundays, Catholics might wonder why the Gospel readings are so long. They are long because they are intended to be a biblical course on baptism,...