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Hello, today is Wednesday, August 3, 2022

FEATURED


Why going on pilgrimage is part of the Christian DNA

Christianity — unlike other world religions — has never mandated pilgrimage. But it didn’t have to. Christians just did it. Spontaneously. In impressive numbers. And often at great risk.
By Mike Aquilina, Angelus News

VOICES


Pope and patriarch again: Will September’s meeting change anything?

By Russell Shaw, Angelus News

NATION


Speaker: Court's Dobbs ruling is 'a generational chance' to end abortion

By Kurt Jensen, Catholic News Service

WORLD


Ortega regime in Nicaragua violently shuts down Catholic radio stations

By Catholic News Agency

VATICAN


At audience, pope reflects on 'penitential pilgrimage' to Canada

By Junno Arocho Esteves, Catholic News Service

WHAT WE'RE READING TODAY


Vin Scully, Dodgers broadcaster for 67 years, dies at 94

By Beth Harris, AP
 

Opinion: I’m a computational epidemiologist. Here’s why San Diego Unified’s mask mandate won’t slow COVID-19

By John W. Ayers, San Diego Union-Tribune
 

Grace in suffering: Flannery O’Connor and a little girl named Mary Ann

By Lorraine V. Murray, National Catholic Register
 

Dispute continues as Vatican names new administrator for Indian archdiocese

By Catholic News Service
 

Denver woman pays for self, husband, two grandkids to be in ‘Chosen’

By Mark Pattison, Catholic News Service

A boy reaches to touch floral arrangements outside Santa Ana Ixtlahuatzingo Catholic Church in Tenancingo, Mexico, July 26, 2022, during a celebration on the feast of the church's patron saint, St. Anne, grandmother of Jesus. (CNS photo/David Maung)

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