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23 pilgrims on two-month Eucharistic pilgrimage will carry Jesus across the...

One of the largest Eucharistic pilgrimages in history will take place across the continental United States from 17 May to 16 July.

Monica Doumit: Finding friends through faith

It’s hard to think of a better greeting than having someone you just met tell you they have been praying for you. I have spent the past few days at a Catholic media conference in Baltimore in the United States, and on the first night, joined a table of other conference participants at the bar.

Apostle of the Barricades

More than 1,500 people filled St Patrick’s Cathedral in New York on 8 December to witness the formal end of the diocesan phase of the sainthood cause for Dorothy Day. Following official protocol established by the Vatican Congregation for Saints’ Causes, Cardinal Timothy Dolan stamped a hot wax seal onto red ribbon binding the final […]

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Simcha Fisher: The fairy tale of America

This has been a discouraging year. And yes, I mean 2021. There was a short spell toward the end of 2020 where I kept thinking how wonderful it was that, despite the president's years of open incitement, there was no violence during the election.

The Trial of the Chicago 7 Review: Fashion goes on trial

As demonstrated by the popularity of his long-running TV series The West Wing, Aaron Sorkin has a knack for making politics interesting. Nearly a decade-and-a-half...

Catholic activists applaud encyclical’s stance against death penalty

Pope Francis tackled several issues in his new encyclical, but the section devoted to ending capital punishment was particularly cheered by U.S. Catholics who oppose the death penalty.

Vatican head: Racism a spiritual virus

Amid pandemics of COVID-19 and racism, the US has lost its vocation of helping says archbishop.

Big ideas in the Big Apple

A team from Sydney Catholic Schools have hit the Big Apple to showcase some of their big initiatives to some of the world’s leading...

Pope expresses sadness over drowned migrant father, child

U.S. bishops joined Pope Francis in expressing sadness after seeing photos of the lifeless bodies of a migrant father and his daughter who drowned...

Vice Review

By John Mulderig In 2008, Oliver Stone, a director not always associated with calm and impartial reflections on recent history, helmed a biopic of George...
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