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Hello, today is Thursday, August 18, 2022

FEATURED


LA Catholics hope to ‘ignite a fire’ after Eucharistic Congress

Endless rows of Catholics sitting side by side, eyes closed, hands on hearts, envisioning a face-to face-encounter with Jesus and praying to him with one voice. This witness of shared faith took place during the Los Angeles Archdiocesan Eucharistic Congress at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels on Aug. 13, where nearly 3,500 people filled the pews.
By Natalie Romano, Angelus News

ARTS & CULTURE


‘Thirteen Lives’ evokes the drama of a greater, divine rescue mission

By Stefano Rebeggiani, Angelus News

NATION


Each of Louisiana’s abortion clinics are leaving the state

By Joe Bukuras, Catholic News Agency

WORLD


UN: China’s mistreatment of the Uyghurs amounts to modern-day slavery

By Jonah McKeown, Catholic News Agency

VATICAN


Pope says not enough evidence to try cardinal for sexual assault

By Francois Gloutnay, Catholic News Service

WHAT WE'RE READING TODAY


The relics St. Helena brought to Rome from the Holy Land

By Hannah Brockhaus, Catholic News Agency
 

Path of peace: Shadow of war looms over pope's Kazakhstan visit

By Junno Arocho Esteves, Catholic News Service
 

Post-Roe pro-life prudence

By Jonathan Liedl, National Catholic Register
 

Stages of persecution

By Msgr. Charles Pope, Community in Mission
 

Grammy-nominated musician Sarah Hart releases new Marian hymn

By Katie Peterson, Catholic News Service

A kid refreshes himself at Folsom Lake near Sacramento, Calif., Aug. 15, 2022. California's grid operator urged the state's 40 million people to ratchet down the use of electricity in homes and businesses as a wave of extreme heat settled over much of the state. (CNS photo/Carlos Barria, Reuters)

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