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After synod ‘listening’ phase, LA Catholics hope for start of something new

“It is wonderful how we learn from each other, but it was humbling for me to remember that we have to ask people what’s best for their comfort level to express their faith journeys, what they struggle with, and what brings them joy, and to realize there is a need for separate spaces to have those conversations.”
By Tom Hoffarth, Angelus News


When more is less

By Robert Brennan, Angelus News


Supreme Court: Tuition program excluding religious schools is unconstitutional

By Carol Zimmermann, Catholic News Service


Two Jesuits murdered defending person in Mexican parish

By David Agren, Catholic News Service


Diocese takes first step toward possible cause for former FOCUS missionary

By Kevin Jones, Catholic News Agency


Firebombed NY pregnancy center facing investigation — for not offering abortion services

By Joe Bukuras, Catholic News Agency

World free of nuclear weapons is necessary, possible, pope says

By Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service

Self-censorship in the Christian world: An underestimated consequence of secular intolerance

By Solène Tadié, National Catholic Register

As Pope Francis calls for more marriage prep, Catholic marriage rates on the decline

By Brendan Hodge, The Pillar

Belief in God in U.S. dips to 81%, a new low

By Jeffrey M. Jones, Gallup

More than 1,000 people take part in a candlelit Eucharistic procession on the boardwalk in Atlantic City, N.J., June 18, 2022. (CNS photo/Dave Hernandez, Catholic Star Herald)

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