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Pray with your beard this Lent

If rubbing your beard in balm smelling of sacraments still isn’t enough for your Catholic follicular fix, the guys over at Catholic Beard Balm have something else in store – a way to pray with your beard. In a recent interview with CNA, Catholic Balm Co. founders Michael Marchand and Tony Vasinda shared the story of the […]

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This week in Catholic news (2/26)

1. The Pope’s back from Mexico, and perhaps his travels wore him out a bit because he had a slight fever on Thursday that caused him to cancel his appointments that day. But while the Vatican asked for prayers, they said it was only a slight fever and that the Pope was expected to “recover […]

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Evelyn Waugh: The cantankerous, Catholic, very much male author trending on Twitter

When a recent TIME magazine listed Evelyn Waugh in a list of 100 most-read female authors, perhaps they were mistaking him for his first wife, also named Evelyn Waugh. The couple was jokingly known among friends as He-Evelyn and She-Evelyn. Except, She-Evelyn wasn’t an author, and she didn’t write “Brideshead Revisited”…whoops. (The article has since been […]

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Terry Crews gets real about his porn addiction

“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” actor and former NFL player Terry Crews is opening up about his addiction to pornography through a series of Facebook videos, explaining how it “really, really messed up” his life and threatened his marriage. For years, Crews said, he tried to hide his addiction from his family. “It was my secret, nobody knew, and […]

Pope Francis in a sombrero on the papal flight to Havana, Cuba on February 12, 2016_Credit L'Osservatore Romano_CNA

#PopeinMexico in review: Vine edition!

Let’s be real, nothing else happened in the world of Catholic news this week other than the Pope’s trip to Mexico. In lieu of my weekly Catholic news roundup, let’s take a look at the best Vines of some of the most memorable moments we got of the Pope’s trip (yes, CNA has a Vine account […]

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Stop freaking out over these two sentences from Pope Francis

You may have heard that Pope Francis gave an in-flight interview this morning, covering everything from shotgun weddings to how much he would love to go China to the questionable Christianity of a certain Donald J. Trump. But everyone’s freaking out about two sentences, claiming that the Pope has upended longstanding Church teaching on contraception during his […]

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WATCH: Young Mexican cancer patient sings to Pope

Earlier today, Pope Francis visited Federico Gomez Pediatric Hospital in Mexico City. His visit included a stop at the oncology unit, where one young patient had quite the surprise for him. Check it out:

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This week in Catholic news: Doritos, #ashtag, Mexico, Beards (2/13)

1. The Super Bowl had two ads about babies, instantly putting some pro-choice organizations up in arms. We took a closer look at the story behind the Doritos loving baby who made an, um, emergency exit. And the ad about the Super Bowl babies most likely made for some awkward conversations between children and their […]

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#WeirdQuestionstoaskGod

There have been so many times in my life when, finding myself up against an impossible question, I’ve said to my friends: “That’s something I’m going to ask God when I get to heaven.” #WeirdQuestionstoaskGod is trending on Twitter this afternoon, and apparently a lot of people have stuff to ask the Big Guy. Here are some of our favorites: […]

NEW YORK -- Marines from 6th Communications Battalion, Marine Forces Reserve, marched in the annual New York Veterans Day parade, here, Nov. 11. This year marks the 92st Anniversary of The New York City Veterans Day Parade. The parade is hosted by the United War Veterans Council, Inc. on behalf of the City of New York. It is the oldest and largest of its kind in the nation. Since November 11, 1919, the parade has provided an opportunity for Americans and International visitors to honor those who have served in the nation’s largest city. Sgt. Dakota Meyer, the recently awarded Marine Medal of Honor recipient, rode in the parade. Major Gen. Melvin Spiese, Deputy Commanding General, I Marine Expeditionary Force, represented the Marine Corps as one of the reviewing officials of the parade. (Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)

Expanding the draft? What Catholics should question

By: Adelaide Mena Even though I lost any dependent status a few years ago, I think of myself as a military “brat” through and through. I was born on a base, baptized in a military chapel, grew up surrounded by military families and bases, and I didn’t stop falling asleep to the sound of jet planes […]

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