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Boris Dralyuk’s ‘My Hollywood’ honors the humanity in the vestiges

“My Hollywood and Other Poems” is a nearly cinematic — and gently funny — commentary on time, change, and loss in West Hollywood. In particular, Boris Dralyuk writes about the vestiges of the Golden Era of Hollywood a century ago, and the vestiges of the several waves of Russian Jews who emigrated to West Hollywood in and around the 1980s.
By Jane Greer, Angelus News


Longtime youth minister offers suggestions to get teens excited about Mass

By Mark Hart, Catholic News Service


House passes same-sex marriage bill in retort to high court

By Lisa Mascaro, AP


Thousands of young Catholics pray on Mount of the Beatitudes in the Holy Land

By Courtney Mares, Catholic News Agency


Pope's words in Canada may have broader reach, official says

By Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service


Warda: Ukraine war, inflation nags at Chaldeans' recovery in northern Iraq

By Mark Pattison, Catholic News Service

If it’s a question, then you must be pro-life

By Thomas St. Andrew, Catholic Exchange

How excessive restrictions on the Latin Mass could push away some ordinary Catholics

By Elisha Valladares-Cormier, America

Be messengers of mercy, pope tells African theologians

By Christopher White, National Catholic Reporter

'Red-tagging' threat fails to frighten Filipino religious superiors

By Catholic News Service

The destroyed St. Matthew Church is pictured in Myanmar's eastern Kayah State in Daw Ngay Ku village June 27, 2022. The church was reportedly blown up by landmines and torched by Myanmar’s military junta. (CNS photo/courtesy Amnesty International)

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