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We can still celebrate with each other, enjoying the essentials of...

Flip back through photos and you'll see how different Christmas will look this year. No Nativity pageant at church. No Christmas concert at school....

Advent Week 2: This year we ask: where can God be...

Long months of the vicious COVID-19 pandemic preceded the arrival of this year's Advent season leading to Christmas. Neither Advent nor Christmas in 2020...

Thanksgiving in smaller circles remains time to be grateful: ‘Even if...

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Sarah McCauley, her husband and their two children normally divide Thanksgiving weekend between two large family gatherings in Minnesota and...

It is so easy to be distracted when we pray; let’s...

This week I took the train from Washington to New York. It was spooky. Union Station in Washington, usually bustling at 6:30 in the...

Yearning for pandemic’s end, we can try to make the most...

Advent is less than a week away! This is the time we take to reflect on the coming of Our Lord Jesus Christ. As...

Thanksgiving. Advent. Christmas. 2021: An opportunity to enter new year with...

Responding to editors’ requests for a regular sampling of current commentary from around the Catholic press, here is an editorial titled: “Thanksgiving. Advent. Christmas....

U.S. bishops give OK to receive COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer, Moderna

WASHINGTON — While confusion has arisen in recent days in the media over “the moral permissibility” of using the COVID-19 vaccines just announced by...

Delaware Gov. John Carney says indoor worship center attendance to be...

The newest regulations from Delaware Gov. John Carney formally imposing COVID-19 restrictions updated the cap on large gatherings. Services in houses of worship are limited...

Philadelphia Father John Fields was first volunteer in Moderna coronavirus vaccine...

WASHINGTON  -- When Father John Fields received an email from the University of Pennsylvania Aug. 28 asking him if he wanted to participate in...

Step away from the media blitz to maintain mental balance: Father...

As I paged through the news on my computer, I realized I had run through a hundred postings within an hour that touched on...

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