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Contemplating the closeness of the Incarnation in a year of separation

Separation. It is a reality of life that most of us have encountered in some form in 2020. Whether we have been separated from...

Changes in our lives mean changes to our celebrations of the...

One of the best presents I ever got on Christmas morning was the sound of my mother's voice. "I need to find my phone," I...

Feast of The Holy Family: Family is the first place we...

Sunday Scripture readings, Dec. 27, 2020 The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph 1) Sir 3:2-6, 12-14 or Gn 15:1-6; 21:1-3 Psalm 128:1-5 or 105:1-6, 8-9 2)...

A called-off Christmas: Seven ways to make it the best one...

The 1991 blockbuster "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves" might not be worth a revisit this holiday season (not with the kids, anyway) but if...

Kansas family embraced ‘vocation’ of home schooling routine well before pandemic

BELOIT, Kan. -- Home schooling was not something the Ring family in Beloit set out to do long term. "It happened by accident," is...

Keep in mind that faith is not only taught, but caught:...

"Mom, you too slow. I do it." The almost 3-year-old began to say the Hail Mary, complete with a little head bow at the name...

Liturgical living: Celebrating faith in our homes – Laura Kelly Fanucci

Have you heard of "liturgical living"? The catchphrase has gained popularity in recent years among Catholics seeking to follow the rhythms of the church...

Central African Republic twins conjoined at head successfully separated at Vatican-owned...

VATICAN CITY -- After more than a year of preliminary studies and three difficult operations, a medical team at the Vatican-owned pediatric hospital successfully...

Returning to Mass: Embracing the familiar, adapting to what’s different

The first weekend of quarantine, my husband and I decided we were not going to attend Mass. Things weren't publicly suspended yet in our...

Continue celebrating a very different Easter season this year: Laura Kelly...

May is usually a month crammed with celebrations on our calendars. We rush between graduations, first Communions, confirmations, showers for summer weddings or babies,...

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