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For NBC’s Kristen Welker, Love Took Its Time

For NBC’s Kristen Welker, Love Took Its Timetrends on fashion

A work-faith balance--St. John's monk Nick Kleepsie

A work-faith balance--St.

Homeboy Industries CEO Fr. Greg Boyle speaking at the University of San ...

Greg Boyle speaking at the University of San Francisco May 2010

You might know the feeling. It’s a feeling that somehow you’re slightly inadequate, in waiting, not fully alive. At least, that’s what you think. It’s usually perpetuated through words of “encouragement” by a well-intentioned friend or family member. And the encouragement usually sounds something like this: “Don’t worry, God has someone AMAZING in store for […]

It’s a feeling that somehow you’re slightly inadequate, in waiting, not fully alive.

You Can Run, But You Can't Hide--David Price

You Can Run, But You Can't Hide--David Price

When he arrived in a rural Dawson, Minn., “it felt right.” But that feeling began to change after the election.

In a Midwestern town that went for Trump, a Muslim doctor tries to understand his neighbors

Share the Journey Week: As millions of God’s children flee war, persecution and poverty, we invite you to share their journey by walking with them in prayer and support.

Share the Journey Week: As millions of God’s children flee war, persecution and poverty, we invite you to share their journey by walking with them in prayer and support.

Throwing Stones, Gaining Votes

Today’s gospel reading presents us with the image of a bruised, trembling prostitute at Jesus’ feet.

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Camels, Acrobats and Team Trump at a Billionaire’s Galatrends on fashion

Oct 22 - Homily - Fr. Richards: Jesus is Coming, Look Busy

Richards: Jesus is Coming, Look Busy

Cathedral Prayer Club: Students commit to 24/7 prayer, lifting up the person in need

Cathedral Prayer Club: Students commit to prayer, lifting up the person in need

Zach Czaia examines Ta-Nehisi Coates’s Between the World and Me from the perspective of a Catholic high school English teacher.

Zach Czaia examines Ta-Nehisi Coates’s Between the World and Me from the perspective of a Catholic high school English teacher.

Despite our current political polarization, Americans long to connect with one another.

Father Greg Boyle: How to bridge the gap between 'us' and 'them'

Despite our current political polarization, Americans long to connect with one another.

The Monks of St. John’s File in for Prayer

Do you know who the “artist suffering the visually illiterate” is? How about the “two determined liturgists”?

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