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Laura Kelly Fanucci, Catholic News Service

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Don’t miss ordinary opportunities to speak about faith to young people...

Like students taking a test, we often assign God to boxes without realizing it: God will be present at church, in Mass or in...

Laura Kelly Fanucci: A theology of gift and grandparents

Grandparents rank among the best gift-givers. In our house, they are legendary. Presents tumbling out of suitcases. Piles under the Christmas tree. Birthday packages on...

Laura Kelly Fanucci: This summer, find God in seven surprising places

School is done and summer has begun. But between registering kids for sports and mapping family road trips, I’ve had to catch myself. Where...

What does it mean that we all start small? Laura Kelly...

How often do you think about how small you are? Not your size or shape, but the fact that you were once tinier than the...

Ripping the roof off the house: Laura Kelly Fanucci

Since I was young, leafing through colorful pages in my children's Bible, I've loved the Gospel story where the friends lower the paralyzed man...

When pandemic leaves us feeling we have nothing more to add,...

The opposite of division is multiplication. The opposite of subtraction is addition. In a time when we feel deeply divided and we've lost so much,...

After a long, hard 2020, here we stand at the beginning...

"A baby is God's way of saying the world should go on." My mother spoke this truth a thousand times while I was growing up....

We’re tired, anxious and struggling — We need to open our...

Lord, we're tired. Overwhelmed. Anxious. Uncertain. This year has brought massive changes to our families. Work, school, church -- all of it looks different now....

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...

Part of church teachings needs to be how to confront and...

The Catholic Church never taught me how to fight racism. As a cradle Catholic, the church taught me how to fight abortion, poverty, hunger, violence...

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