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The care and feeding of true friendship

Friendship today now has so many transactional elements to it. A friendship can be damaged beyond repair if words are not checked carefully before spoken. It wasn’t always this fragile. Some of the most profound friendships in history were forged between people who had very little in common. Some of these friendships even survived two people holding polar opposite views on very important issues.
Read more from Robert Brennan, Angelus News


Religious freedom commission welcomes U.S. diplomatic boycott of Olympics

By Catholic News Service


Pope Francis hails ‘the beauty of Mary’s heart’ on Immaculate Conception feast

By Catholic News Agency


Should states be allowed to deny parents religious options in school choice programs?

By Michael Bindas and Walter Womack, N.Y. Times

Justice Thomas, Dobbs v. Jackson, and my foster son

By Kristin Meyer, Aleteia

The dangerous experiment on teen girls

By Jonathan Haidt, The Atlantic

Surgeon general warns of emerging youth mental health crisis in rare public advisory

By Howard Blume and Melissa Gomez, L.A. Times

John Paul I was pope for just 33 days. The story of his death is still evolving

By Chico Harlan and Stefano Petrilli, Washington Post

Students from Epiphany School in El Monte with their parish’s float, which won the contest’s first place $3,000 award. On Sunday, Dec. 5, Catholics from around Southern California hit the streets of East Los Angeles for the 90th annual Guadalupe Procession and Mass, which returned as an in-person event after last year’s car-only procession due to the high number of COVID-19 cases at the time. View more images at (Victor Alemán)

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