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Potential New Saints, and Understanding the Sunday Mass Readings (Nov. 26)

By |November 26th, 2022|

Originally published at National Catholic Register

Scripture scholar John Bergsma helps us deepen our understanding of the ‘A’ cycle of readings, built around the Gospel of Matthew, which we will hear at Sunday Mass in the coming liturgical year. Then, in an Editor’s Corner, we explore the new causes for canonization of three American women.

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Pope Tells Orthodox Pick a Date for Easter and We’ll Accept, Australian Bishop May Close Schools if Government Violates Religious Freedom, and More Great Links!

By |November 26th, 2022|

Originally published at National Catholic Register

Pope on Shared Easter Date with Orthodox: Pick a Date and We’ll Accept – Kathleen N. Hattrup at Aleteia

Australian Bishop May Close Schools if Government Violates Religious Freedom – Adam Wesselinoff at The Catholic Weekly

Is God Calling You to Become a Friar? These 6 Tips

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Catholic Social Teaching Wins Hearts, Minds and Elections

By |November 26th, 2022|

Originally published at National Catholic Register

‘The teaching and spreading of her social doctrine,’ says Pope St. John Paul II, ‘are part of the Church’s evangelizing mission.’

American political analysis often focuses more on why some candidates lost, rather than why others won. Perhaps that is why so little attention has been paid to

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First Sunday of Advent — Be Watchful and Ready!

By |November 26th, 2022|

Originally published at National Catholic Register

SCRIPTURES & ART: Let Advent be a time of preparation for Christmas — and for the Second Coming of Christ

The First Sunday of Advent, like the last Sundays of Ordinary Time, look forward to the Second Coming of Christ. As the liturgical year ends, the Church focuses

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