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Married to a non-Catholic: We’re not as alone as we may appear

You’ve seen us at Mass: women or men who are married to non-Catholics. We’re often at church on our own without our spouses. We appear to be alone, though many of us feel our commitment to Catholicism is supported by our non-Catholic spouses.
By Jenny Gorman Patton, Angelus News


Michaelmas is special feast for Norbertine priests at California abbey

By Kurt Jensen, Catholic News Service


Cardinal Zen’s second day in court: Magistrate rules there is sufficient evidence

By Courtney Mares, Catholic News Agency


Francis set to be first pope to visit Bahrain

By Carol Glatz, Catholic News Service


Jesus is the best, most faithful friend a person can have, pope says

By Carol Glatz, Catholic News Service


Catholic University raises replica of Notre-Dame de Paris truss

By Katie Yoder, Catholic News Agency

Updated data showing faith can aid in recovery prompts support, skepticism

By Mark Pattison, Catholic News Service

Healing by helping: Welcoming refugees builds community, speakers say

By Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service

Rape and incest are deeply tragic. They do not justify killing a child.

By Teresa S. Collett, America

Church and contraception: Experts expose errors in Pontifical Academy for Life book

By Catholic News Agency

In Mayorga, Spain, villagers wear hats and gloves to protect themselves from burns while they take part in the El Vítor torch procession, a tradition dating to the 18th century that celebrated the arrival of the relics of the Spanish saint Turibius of Mogrovejo, who served as archbishop of Lima. (César Manso/AFP/Getty Images)

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