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Washington cardinal praises ‘precious gift of freedom’ at LA Red Mass

“We should begin each new judicial season always filled with the hope that honesty and integrity will triumph, and the laws of our nation will be properly applied and observed,” said Cardinal Gregory in his homily at LA’s 40th annual Red Mass.
By Pablo Kay, Angelus News


Sister Wendy’s words of wisdom

By Heather King, Angelus News


31st Sunday in Ordinary Time: A portrait of a lost soul

By Scott Hahn, Angelus News


Canada census shows 2 million fewer Catholics as disaffiliation grows

By Kevin Jones, Catholic News Agency


Commission starts planning global report on child protection efforts

By Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service


FOCUS offers hand to build culture of life with 11 ‘love life’ videos

By Alyssa Murphy, National Catholic Register

Uvalde schoolkids send letters to Pope Francis — and he sends his blessings

By Kevin Jones, Catholic News Agency

Summit explores role of ethics in development of artificial intelligence

By Dennis Sadowski, Catholic News Service

Abortion-related questions take center stage in new American Values Survey

By Mark Pattison, Catholic News Service

A ‘citizens convention’ will decide whether France legalizes assisted suicide

By Edie Heipel, Catholic News Agency

These two Vatican Christmas stamps were painted by Francesco Canale, an artist born without arms or legs who paints holding a brush between his teeth. The Christmas stamps will go on sale at the Vatican post office Nov. 16, 2022. (CNS photo/Vatican Philatelic Office)

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