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Christmas as shattering our expectations

God’s power, like a baby sleeping in its crib, lies in our world as a quiet invitation, not as a threat or coercion.
By Father Ronald Rolheiser, OMI, Angelus News


Where’s Baby Jesus in ‘A Christmas Carol’?

By Msgr. Richard Antall, Angelus News


Omaha archdiocese walks back controversial gender policy for schools

By John Lavenburg, Crux


Jesuit artist was excommunicated before latest abuse report, superior says

By Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service


Pope: Put down the phone, look to God, others

By Carol Glatz, Catholic News Service


Jordan to develop tourist village next to World Heritage Baptism Site

By Dale Gavlak, Catholic News Service

Erika Bachiochi on being a pro-life Catholic, feminist intellectual and mother of 7: ‘Our hearts long for the good’

By Roxane Salonen, National Catholic Register

Some Christians in Myanmar prepare to spend second Christmas in camps

By Catholic News Service

Nicaragua forces Catholic bishop to stay under house arrest

By Katie Yoder, Catholic News Agency

Vatican confirms papal apology, Russia praises ‘ability to admit mistakes’

By Elise Ann Allen, Crux

An Ethiopian woman and her child visit the Church of the Nativity, traditionally believed to be the birthplace of Jesus Christ, in the West Bank town of Bethlehem, Saturday, Dec. 3, 2022. Business in Bethlehem is looking up this Christmas as the traditional birthplace of Jesus recovers from a two-year downturn during the coronavirus pandemic. Streets are already bustling with visitors, stores and hotels are fully booked and a recent jump in Israeli-Palestinian fighting appears to be having little effect on the vital tourism industry. Read more from Sam McNeil, AP (AP Photo/ Mahmoud Illean)

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