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A hero who didn’t let us down

We are never to meet our heroes, for to do so opens a window to disappointment. With so many public figures having different faces when cameras and microphones are turned off, it is a rare thing indeed when someone of note and distinction is who he appeared to be. That was Vin Scully.
By Robert Brennan, Angelus News


‘Slaves and Kings’ is a new kind of hero movie

By Evan Holguin, Angelus News


LCWR recommits to carrying out work for social justice for three more years

By Catholic News Service


Bianca Jagger steps to the forefront in defense of Nicaraguan bishop

By Rhina Guidos, Catholic News Service


Digital world leaves some 'hyperconnected and alone,' Vatican official says

By Carol Glatz, Catholic News Service


It’s time to bring back receiving Communion from the chalice

By Terence Sweeney, America

‘The Atlantic’ publishes article on the rosary as symbol of far-right, violent extremism

By Zelda Caldwell, Catholic News Agency

Explainer: Tension between Nicaragua and the Catholic Church

By Associated Press

‘We want women to thrive’ - A look inside a Chicago maternity home

By Michelle La Rosa and Kate Olivera, The Pillar

Indian state imposes 10 years in jail for ‘forced conversions’

By Nirmala Carvalho, Crux

A woman places roses inside Incarnation Church in Glendale before a special Aug. 6 “celebration of life” memorial Mass for Office of Ethnic Ministry members and their families who passed away during the pandemic, shootings, war, and those who died in their own countries. The Mass was celebrated by Auxiliary Bishop Alex Aclan. (Victor Alemán)

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