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Francis Kenrick and Sowing Seeds

Where are you sowing? Every day, God wants to do something with you. He has a plan. There are certain people you will meet, certain things you will do, certain graces He has ready for you. Most of it isn’t dramatic. But his grace is always present, rea…

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In Honduras visit, two U.S. bishops get close look at migrants’ plight

A few weeks before Honduras’ Nov. 28 presidential election, two bishops from the U.S. quietly landed in the country’s capital of Tegucigalpa with a mission Pope Francis has placed on the world’s Catholic prelates: to listen.

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Online pivot during pandemic benefits Catholic Mobilization Network

While many businesses and organizations were hamstrung by the near-immediate shutdown wrought last year by the coronavirus pandemic, the Catholic Mobilization Network flourished in ways like never before, according to its executive director.

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St. Joseph, protector of Holy Family, is model for 2021 Respect Life Month

As part of the Year of St. Joseph declared by Pope Francis, the U.S. Catholic Church’s annual Respect Life Month celebration in October “highlights the example of that great saint” as protector of life, said the chairman of the U.S. bishops’ pro-life committee.

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Bishops encouraged to continue response to pandemic, racism, abuse

Two women who lead groups that advise the U.S. bishops on key issues, encouraged them Nov. 16 to continue holding dialogues on racism, reaching out to Catholics during the pandemic and letting Catholics know about their efforts to prevent abuse in the Church.

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