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Can healthy families reverse the ‘closing of the American heart’?

In a world where modern technology has brought us closer together in once-unimaginable ways, there is growing evidence that Americans are actually lonelier than ever. The most isolated are today’s children, adolescents, and young adults growing up in a time of vast social and cultural changes.
By Elise Italiano Ureneck, Angelus News


LA catechists welcome return of in-person regional religious ed congresses

By Evan Holguin, Angelus News


Proposition 1: California votes for abortion

By Katie Yoder, Catholic News Agency


Abortion in 2022 midterms: How did the states vote?

By Katie Yoder, Catholic News Agency


Peace requires 'gentle power of dialogue,' pope says at audience

By Carol Glatz, Catholic News Service


Steubenville bishop says proposed merger needs more diocesan discussion

By Catholic News Service

Cardinal tells leaders at COP27 they have duty to act on climate change

By Catholic News Service

Responding to God’s call: A priest, a monk and a religious sister reflect during National Vocations Awareness Week

By Jonathan Liedl, National Catholic Register

In Ukraine, religion under occupation

By Anatolii Babynskyi, The Pillar

How Belgium’s Catholic king led nation through WWI and its darkest days

By Andrew Fowler, Catholic News Service

Canadian artist Timothy Schmalz is pictured May 30, 2021, working on his new sculpture, Sheltering, which features a dove laying a blanket over a homeless person. The statue, which features a dove laying a blanket over a homeless person, will be used in conjunction with a Vincentian project to build homes for some 10,000 people in 160 countries. (CNS photo/courtesy Vincentian family)

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