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One way that you can make a difference in the lives of our poorest brothers and sisters throughout the world is to become involved with CRS Rice Bowl.
Three finalists have been chosen for this year’s Catholic Spirit Pay It Forward for Lent initiative, which is based on the New Testament parable of the three stewards who each were given money to manage and grow. Each of the three groups will receive $100 to grow for its chosen project during Lent. The recipients are:
You won’t be alone if your mind turns to the sacrament of marriage during Sunday’s second reading. This portion of St. Paul’s First Letter to the Corinthians (12:31 to 13:13) is among the more popular of our wedding texts.
It’s 1:58 a.m., Saturday — early early morning or late late night.
I just returned home from an emergency visit to a hospital. The family of a patient was concerned that their loved one might be dying in the next few days. And so they naturally called their priest.
The Catholic Campaign for Human Development complements the Church’s many charitable programs in seeking to meet the needs of the poor
Eight-year-old’s vision leads to creation of Simon Says Give charity
“This is what happens in a good confession: You take off your dirty rags — your sins — receive the bath of mercy and rise ‘clothed in the garments of salvation, covered with the robe of righteousness.’”
— Capuchin Father Raniero Cantalamessa, preacher of the papal household, quoting from the Book of Isaiah during his homily at the Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion in St. Peter’s Basilica April 6
After hearing that she was approaching 1,000 points, “Her immediate reaction to me was, ‘Oh, we don’t want to make a big deal out of that. I don’t score unless I have teammates that pass me the ball.’
Thieves stole nearly $1,000 from the St. Vincent de Paul Society’s south Minneapolis thrift store early on Jan. 30 after making a large hole through one of the store’s outer brick walls.
Nativity of Mary School in Bloomington’s two fourth-grade classes collected used toys from other students to donate to the MORE Multicultural School for Empowerment
St. Agnes students learn more about charitable giving thanks to one couple’s generosity