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Guest column: How are your technological ‘practices’ affecting your memory and imagination?

By Brett Robinson Catholic News Service As a father of four, I am familiar with practice. There’s hockey practice, piano practice and lots of practicing patience. My kids are learning what a C-sharp sounds like and how to track the … Continue reading

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Guest column: I didn’t sign up for this. Or did I?

By Laura Kelly Fanucci Catholic News Service Stripping soaked sheets off a child’s bed for the third night in a row. Scrubbing vomit out of a car seat. Listening to a bedroom door slam with an angry “I hate you!” … Continue reading

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REWIND: Pope Francis on God as our Father

Here’s what you missed from Pope Francis’ weekly general audience this morning: #PopeFrancis greeting pilgrims and kissing babies at the #generalaudience pic.twitter.com/UOoQqf5UoU — Catholic News Svc (@CatholicNewsSvc) June 7, 2017 The heat doesn't sit well with everybody… #generalaudience pic.twitter.com/X8McidwLGq — … Continue reading

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REWIND: Busy morning at the Vatican

While much of America was still sleeping, Pope Francis welcomed Donald Trump to the Vatican, then led his usual Wednesday general audience in St. Peter’s Square. Here’s some of what you missed. Sun rising here at the Vatican. Security high … Continue reading

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Welcome God’s love and share with others, especially the most vulnerable, says USCCB president

WASHINGTON (CNS) — The faithful may feel unworthy of Christ’s love, because he “paid so high a price for our salvation, ” but “let us not be afraid,” said Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo of Galveston-Houston, the president of the U.S. Conference … Continue reading

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Capturing the emotion of Christ’s final hours

Photos and story by Barbara J. Fraser HUARAZ, Peru — How does an artist depict the tension, emotion and drama of the Passion when crafting images of the Stations of the Cross? To fashion the statues ordered by Holy Spirit … Continue reading

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U.S. faced ‘months of fiery trial and sacrifice’ in Great War

On this day 100 years ago the United States entered World War I. The declaration of war by the U.S. Congress followed by four days an address President Woodrow Wilson gave at a special joint session of Congress, urging lawmakers … Continue reading

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