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Deacon-structing Advent: #Peace
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For the last three weeks we’ve looked at three words for Advent: Light, Voice and Joy. Last week we looked at Elizabeth and how she was filled with joy when Mary came to see visit her. She heard Mar ...read more
Encore SLHour: The Art of Confession and other conversations
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This week, on a special edition of the SLHour, we speak with Fr. Michael Prieur about Confession and we meet with singer/songwriter Danielle Noonan. Author Jared Brock makes the connection between bea ...read more
Vatican spokesman Greg Burke responded to false reports yesterday, that the mobile app is now a new way to reach the Pope. He clarified on his Twitter account that: “Reports of the Holy Father usin ...read more
At his weekly General Audience today, Pope Francis told the faithful that missing out on Mass on Sundays means missing an encounter with the Lord. Speaking to those present in the Paul VI Hall for his ...read more
Today, we celebrate the Feast day of Our Lady of Guadalupe. It is an important day of celebration for Catholics because it commemorates one of the most famous apparitions in the world - when Mary appe ...read more
Rejoicing and Waiting with John the Baptist
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Third Sunday of Advent, Year B – December 17th, 2017 Advent is the season of the prophets and the Scripture readings of these weeks before Christmas help us to focus our vision and deepen our lo ...read more
After days of intense violence and backlash over Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, the Vatican appeals for wisdom & prudence to prevail. In a statement issued by the ...read more
Latin Patriarchate: “Jerusalem is a treasure of all humanity and cannot be reduced to a territorial dispute and political sovereignty”
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Jerusalem is a unique and welcoming state, that cannot be defined by political authority or territorial dispute. On December 8, 2017, the Latin Patriarchate expressed several elements that, if followe ...read more
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Deacon-structing Advent: #Peace
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For the last three weeks we’ve looked at three words for Advent: Light, Voice and Joy. Last week we looked at Elizabeth and how she was filled with joy when Mary came to see visit her. She heard Mar ...read more
Encore SLHour: The Art of Confession and other conversations
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This week, on a special edition of the SLHour, we speak with Fr. Michael Prieur about Confession and we meet with singer/songwriter Danielle Noonan. Author Jared Brock makes the connection between bea ...read more
Vatican spokesman Greg Burke responded to false reports yesterday, that the mobile app is now a new way to reach the Pope. He clarified on his Twitter account that: “Reports of the Holy Father usin ...read more

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