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Bishop O’Connell honored by thousands at Cathedral funeral: ‘He healed souls’

Auxiliary Bishop David O’Connell was remembered as a man “gripped by grace” and “at ease with movers and shakers and also with the moved and shaken” at a funeral Mass at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels on Friday morning.
By Tom Hoffarth, Mike Cisneros and Pablo Kay, Angelus News


Is a middle way possible in the Catholic inclusion debate?

By Charles Camosy, Angelus News


Supreme Court to consider whether employers who make Christians work Sunday violate religious liberty

By Kate Scanlon, OSV News


Abuse expert Father Hans Zollner looks at the state of the crisis in the church today

By Paulina Guzik, OSV News


To see God's beauty, just look around you, pope says

By Justin McLellan, Catholic News Service


Get serious: About suffering

By Katherine Boyle, The Free Press

When a renegade church and a zealous county health department collide

By David Zweig

Biden’s proposed changes would strip pro-life doctors, nurses of federal conscience protections

By The Washington Times

Catholic leaders turn to YouTube and podcasts to reach new followers. Will it work?

By Stefano Montali, The Washington Post [Paywall]

Miami faith community strains to help new exiles, migrants

By Giovanna Dell'Orto, AP
Nearly 5,000 showed up to the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels the morning of Friday, March 3 for the funeral Mass of Auxiliary Bishop David O’Connell, including those standing in crowded aisles and ambulatories, or seated outside with access to large video screens, plus many more abroad watching on livestream. (Victor Alemán)
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