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- Sisters of Mercy to travel to El Salvador seeking justice for murdered missionaries
- Oblate Father Joe Zuschmidt shares lessons learned over the past 50 years
- Photos: Celebrating the world
- Vietnamese Catholics celebrate 40 years in diocese
- Christmas concert coming up at St. Patrick Cathedral
- St. Peter's offers expanded confession times for Advent
- Knights put on 'Parrot Palooza'
- 'Vocation to priesthood is mystery of God's choice'
- Marketplace sale at St. Matthew Church raises awareness of fair trade
- Hundreds pack St. Mark Church for healing Mass, prayer service with Alan Ames
Sam Guzman: Miserere Nobis: A plea for conversion in the midst of a world in crisis
The world, it seems, is falling to pieces. Each day brings ever worsening reports of war, violence and devastation. Protests, riots, bombings, beheadings, rapes, kidnappings, persecutions – the list goes on and on. Last week, yet another horror...Read More...
Deacon James H. Toner: What we know that ain't so: Know Nothings
What we think is the right road It is the height of arrogance to think that we know right from wrong and good from evil. We may know right from wrong, for us; but we do not know it for others. We have no right to try to tell others what is...Read More...
David Hains: Movie offers painful, yet frank reminder of how far the Church has come
Archbishop Wilton Gregory was recently in Charlotte to celebrate Mass, and he took a few moments to comment on the upcoming release of "Spotlight," a movie retelling the story of how in 2002 the Boston Globe uncovered the problem of pervasive...Read More...
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Parish creates customized calendars promoting Catholic identity, active participation
CHARLOTTE — The parish family of St. Joseph Vietnamese Church in southwest Charlotte is a growing, vibrant faith community. So Father Tri Truong, pastor, came up with an idea to keep parishioners connected and provide helpful information about...Read More...
Catholic leaders hope film prompts new look at church's efforts on abuse
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Catholic leaders, both ordained and lay, said in op-ed essays they welcomed the attention certain to be paid to the Catholic Church upon the nationwide release of the movie "Spotlight," which chronicles the Boston Globe's...Read More...
Sister who cooks for soup kitchen wins prize on Food Network's 'Chopped'
CHICAGO — It looked like prayer and the Lord were on Franciscan Sister Alicia Torres' side as she won a special Thanksgiving competition on the Food Network's "Chopped," which aired Nov. 9. On the show, Sister Alicia, 30, a Franciscan of...Read More...
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