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Hello, today is Tuesday, May 17, 2022

FEATURED


For lay religious orders, COVID has made the old new again

For centuries, Catholic laypeople have found their charism through lay order membership, colloquially known as “third orders” — an ancient vocation that is seeing a resurgence since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Alison Nastasi, Angelus News

FAITH


'Everything starts with baptism'

By Archbishop José H. Gomez, Catholic News Service

VOICES


Come what May

By Scott Hahn, Angelus News

LOCAL


Catholic schools grow during pandemic by offering in-person instruction

By Lynette Romero, KTLA

WORLD


Ukraine recovery will be a ‘long-haul’ process, aid workers say

By Elise Ann Allen, Crux

WHAT WE'RE READING TODAY


Poverty driving children into forced labor must be tackled, pope says

By Carol Glatz, Catholic News Service
 

Church grows in North Korea despite persecution: Korean archbishop

By UCA News
 

Parents say public schools make ‘gender identity’ decisions for them without telling them

By Matthew McDonald, National Catholic Register
 

'We are with our people' - Pastoral ministry in Ukraine's war zones

By Anatolii Babynskyi, The Pillar
 

Read Carl Anderson's commencement address at Thomas Aquinas College

By Catholic News Agency

In an exhibit that opened on Saturday in Rome, Ukrainian artist Ostap Kovalchuk presented a series of paintings from the series “Images burned by war.” Read more from Inés San Martín, Crux (Image credit: Inés San Martín/Crux)

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