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A Little Bit of Advent Cheer!

As you prepare yourself for Christmas this Advent, we wanted to share a fun video from That Anonymous College out west in California. Students at Thomas Aquinas College decided to bring a little cheer to shoppers at Pacific View Mall in Ventura, CA with a flash mob of carolers. Over 100 students from the small liberal [...]

‘To the peripheries’

The man suffering from neurofibromatosis who was embraced by Pope Francis at a recent general audience has been identified in a story by the Daily Mail Online as Vinicio Riva. A 53-year-old from northern Italy, Riva is an avid soccer fan, works at the same retirement home where his father now lives and is known to [...]

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A Litany for Syria, via Fr. Finigan

In light of the humanitarian crisis related to the Syrian civil war – 100k dead already, and 1.9m refugees – and a current push by some Western nations to intervene, it seems we would do well to spend time praying for that country. Fr. Timothy Finigan, a parish priest to the south east of London, [...]

How to grow your faith in college

As this year’s freshman class makes their way to college campuses across the country, many are probably asking, “how am I going to stay Catholic here?” It’s no secret that the vast majority of places of higher learning have a reputation for being cesspools of moral relativism, binge drinking and fornication (to put it lightly). [...]

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Valedictorian, we salute you!

*By Mary Rezac An article from the Washington Times grabbed my attention on Twitter this morning – “Crowd stunned after valedictorian rips up speech, recites Lord’s prayer.” Say what!? Roy Costner IV of Liberty High School in South Carolina brought his pre-approved speech to the podium to deliver his valedictorian address at graduation. And then [...]

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TIME’s ‘Me Me Me Generation’

By Elise Harris* TIME Magazine recently published an article by Joel Stein entitled “The New Greatest Generation: Why Millennials Will Save Us All.” The front cover of this month’s issue alludes to this article, and the fact that “the Millennials” (those born from 1980-2000) are often called the “Me Me Me” generation, and are referred [...]

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When an old interview draws fresh ire

Folks are up in arms about a business doing questionable things to make more money, but is this really so surprising? Last week, a Business Insider article citing a 2006 Salon interview with Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries has once again brought attention to the preppy clothing retailer’s refusal to sell any size higher [...]

Photos: See a movie, help free a child

This weekend, Not Today, opens in select theaters across the country. Told through the conversion of a spoiled American 20-something, the film takes the audience on a journey through rural and urban India in search of a young girl, Annika, who is unintentionally sold to human traffickers by her father, Kiran. The film, which was [...]

Photos: Cardinal O’Malley visits the Holy Land

This week, the Archbishop of Boston is leading a pilgrimage in the Holy Land. Accompanied by over 20 priests from the Boston Archdiocese, Cardinal O’Malley celebrated Mass at the Domus Galilee retreat center and seminary. Visited by Pope John Paul II in 2000, the seminary and retreat center sits on the Mount of Beatitudes.

Hope from our Pope

Last week presented quite the array of news stories here at CNA. From all-ages access to the morning after pill, to students trying to push the Catholic chaplain off campus for “alienating” students by upholding Catholic teaching on homosexuality, to the City of Miami issuing a notice of violation to the Missionaries of Charity for [...]

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September 23, 2014

Saint Pius of Pietrelcina, Priest

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