Hello, today is Tuesday, December 14, 2021


A light goes on in Bethlehem

First-century Bethlehem was not designed to handle a census. Yet that young woman found fulfillment there — in a baby placed in her arms. Everyone who saw her remembered her radiance; and after 2,000 years we still remember it.
Read more from Scott Hahn, Angelus News


Court denies religious exemption on vaccine for N.Y. health care workers

By Carol Zimmermann, Catholic News Service


Vatican official consecrates largest cathedral in Persian Gulf region

By Dale Gavlak, Catholic News Service


French bishops discuss abuse report, archbishop's resignation with pope

By Catholic News Service


A Christmas story at the border: Who are the holy families in your midst?

By Sister Norma Pimentel, M.J., Catholic News Service


What I learned from my guardian angel

By Christopher de Vinck, National Catholic Reporter

Vatican Promotor of Justice holds ties to Italy’s most famous cold case

By Elise Ann Allen, Crux

Catholic pro-democracy figure Jimmy Lai gets jail time for involvement in Hong Kong Tiananmen Square vigil

By Jonah McKeown, Catholic News Agency

Grieving Sandy Hook mother finds peace

By Patti Maguire Armstrong, National Catholic Register

An Advent plea for immigration reform

By Hosffman Ospino, Catholic News Service
The Nativity scene and Christmas tree decorate St. Peter's Square after a lighting ceremony at the Vatican Dec. 10, 2021. Read the Vatican's published schedule of the pope’s Christmas liturgies by Catholic News Service (CNS photo/Paul Haring)
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