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By Eileen Connelly, OSU Ask anyone with ties to St. Gertrude School in Madeira why it’s so special, and the response is likely to be the faith-filled presence of the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia and the friars, who foster a tradition of preaching truth, practicing virtue and loving one …

By Jo Ann Zuniga Catholic News Service HOUSTON (CNS) — Gene Kranz, NASA flight director during the 1969 landing of the first man on the moon, spoke about faith and family to more than 1,000 attending the Galveston Houston Archdiocesan Prayer Breakfast July 30. In attendance were four of his …

by Mary Rezac Denver, Colo., May 9, 2019 / 05:00 pm (CNA).- When Sara Haynes heard about the shooting at STEM High School in Highlands Ranch, Colorado on Tuesday, she prayed. A Catholic school teacher in Denver until just recently, she knew some of her former students were now high …

In this video, Fr. Mike encourages us to keep going through the motions, if that’s all it feels like we’re doing at Mass, because it’s in times of desolation that our faith grows the most.

By John Stegeman  The Catholic Telegraph Sex, drugs and rock & roll may have once been seen as the primary impediments to living a Catholic life while in college. While no doubt related temptations remain, Catholic students, especially at secular colleges, now must contend with cultural values that oppose church …