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Many have been away from the Church for a while. Maybe it’s time to come back.

A Mother’s Love There are times when only a mother’s love Can understand our tears, Can soothe our disappoints And calm all of our fears. There are times when only a mother’s love Can share the joy we feel When something we’ve dreamed about Quite suddenly is real. There are

We all show love in different ways. When thinking about how to honor the mother figures in your life this Mother’s Day, consider the five love languages. They can be a helpful starting point to direct you to the perfect gift. What’s your mother’s love language? Unsure? Think about how

Ten years ago, my friend was preparing to move to Baltimore. Before the move, she made a request: “Mom is getting a little forgetful. Could you look in on her and bring her Communion?” I agreed and each Friday I met with a remarkable mother of eight who raised her

EMILY ALESHIRE MULVEY, IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY PARISH, ANDERSON TOWNSHIP One year ago, my mom was actively dying from a brain tumor. Her illness was short but severe, she was diagnosed on Dec. 26, 2019, and passed away on Mar. 28, 2020. As I journey past all those one-year milestones:

St. John of Beverley was the Bishop of Hexham, and later of York. He was born in Harpham, Yorkshire, and died in Beverley on May 7, 721. As a youth, John manifested a strong desire to devote his life to God, and eventually left his native Yorkshire and traveled Kent

The Ten Commandments tell us to “honor thy mother and father”, but what does that really look like? Especially for adult children?

The Archdiocese welcomed Seven newly ordained Deacons on April 24, 2021. Deacon Chibueze Astegbulem Deacon Robert Hale Deacon Ethan Hoying Deacon Stephen Jones Deacon Jacob Lundle Deacon Uriel Santos Deacon Michael Willig Relive the Transitional Deacon Ceremony in this video

These 18 Carthusian monks were put to death in England under King Henry VIII between 1535-1540 for maintaining their allegiance to the Pope. The Carthusians, founded by St. Bruno in 1054, are the strictest and most austere monastic order in the western Church. They live an austere hermitic life, their

Bellarmine Chapel at Xavier University, Sunday, May 2, 9:00 a.m. Cathedral Basilica of St. Peter in Chains, Sunday, May 2, 11:00 a.m. The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington D.C.,, Sunday, May 2, 11:45 a.m. Cuarto Domingo de Pascua, The Basilica of the National Shrine