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Savor the stories that make up history of archdiocese in new book

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Treasures of the Archdiocese of San Antonio is a soft-cover, 440 page, glossy 9.65 inch by 11.81 inch book that features histories and photographs of all Catholic churches in the archdiocese, as well as biographies, features on important ministries, and events highlights. The book is also available in Spanish. This beautiful coffee table book was…
LEE MAS Savor the stories that make up history of archdiocese in new book

Jersey Shore children encounter Jesus at stop on National Eucharistic Pilgrimage

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With school uniforms pressed, matching hair ribbons, and hands folded in prayer, hundreds of school children from the Diocese of Trenton, New Jersey, greeted the most special guest imaginable: Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament.  Fresh off a trek across New Jersey, Jesus in the Eucharist arrived May 29 at St. Mary of the Pines Church…
LEE MAS Jersey Shore children encounter Jesus at stop on National Eucharistic Pilgrimage

Pope Francis: In the Eucharist, Jesus offers himself for the world

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In the Eucharist, Jesus offers himself for the life of the world, Pope Francis proclaimed from the window of the Apostolic Palace on the solemnity of Corpus Christi.  Speaking to a crowd huddled together under colorful umbrellas on a rainy afternoon in Rome, the pope underlined that the body and blood of Christ offered at…
LEE MAS Pope Francis: In the Eucharist, Jesus offers himself for the world

New Filipino bishop of the Pacific’s Cook Islands hopes to ‘spiritually nourish’ his people

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One month after his ordination as coadjutor bishop of the Diocese of Rarotonga in the Cook Islands, Bishop Reynaldo Bunyi Getalado expressed his aspiration to “spiritually nourish” the people of God in the Pacific Ocean nation and develop a “harmonious relationship” with the priests of the diocese. Getalado was ordained bishop at St. Joseph’s Cathedral in the…
LEE MAS New Filipino bishop of the Pacific’s Cook Islands hopes to ‘spiritually nourish’ his people

Pope Francis: Building peace requires ‘taking a risk’

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Being peacemakers in the style of Jesus Christ, while necessary and valuable, can also be risky, Pope Francis said on Saturday as multiple conflicts continue to rage around the world. Speaking to members of Italian Christian Workers’ Associations (ACLI) at the Vatican on June 1, the pontiff said: “Interceding for peace is something that goes…
LEE MAS Pope Francis: Building peace requires ‘taking a risk’

This is Pope Francis’ prayer intention for the month of June

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Pope Francis’ prayer intention for the month of June is for those fleeing their homelands. “Dear brothers and sisters, this month I would like us to pray for people fleeing their own countries,” Pope Francis said in a video released May 28. “The feeling of uprootedness or not knowing where they belong often accompanies the…
LEE MAS This is Pope Francis’ prayer intention for the month of June

Another elderly pro-life activist sentenced to two years in prison

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Paulette Harlow, an elderly woman with a debilitating medical condition was sentenced to 24 months in jail Friday after being convicted last November of participating in a pro-life blockade of a Washington, D.C. abortion clinic in 2020. Harlow of Kingston, Massachusetts, 75, was convicted under the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act and…
LEE MAS Another elderly pro-life activist sentenced to two years in prison

Where children are hungry: famine hot spots and Catholic groups that are helping 

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Every night around the world 350 million people, including a vast number of children, go to bed hungry.   That’s according to the World Food Program (WFP), a major aid organization within the United Nations, which further estimates that nearly 49 million people are “on the brink of famine.”  Widespread hunger crises in some countries have lasted for…
LEE MAS Where children are hungry: famine hot spots and Catholic groups that are helping 

Bishops’ call to address ‘maternal health crisis’ highlights U.S. maternal death rate 

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The U.S. bishops this month urged Congress to address the “maternal health crisis” in the United States, stressing that American women “face a high maternal mortality rate” relative to other countries.   Long a cause of alarm among physicians and women’s advocates, the U.S. maternal mortality rate has regularly been posited as much higher than similar…
LEE MAS Bishops’ call to address ‘maternal health crisis’ highlights U.S. maternal death rate 

Report: Pro-life pregnancy centers provided over $367.9 million worth of services in 2022 

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A new report found that 2,750 pro-life pregnancy resource centers in the United States provided nearly $367.9 million worth of life-affirming pregnancy services and material goods to clients and their families in 2022.  The report, published this month by the pro-life Charlotte Lozier Institute, estimates that the total monetary value of the goods and services…
LEE MAS Report: Pro-life pregnancy centers provided over $367.9 million worth of services in 2022