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Santa Barbara family’s special Nativity scene invites people back to church

This time of year, Nativity scenes are standard components of almost every church’s Christmas setup. But there is nothing standard about the Nativity scene at Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Santa Barbara, where a dedicated parishioner has, quite literally, lit up the church with his own culturally inspired creation.
Read more from Mike Nelson, Angelus News


‘Encanto’ proves a kids movie can thrive without identity politics

By Grazie Pozo Christie, Angelus News


What are the laity supposed to be?

By Bishop Robert Barron, Angelus News


Despite promises, little has changed for migrants under Biden administration

By John Lavenburg, Crux


Pour money into education, not weapons, wars, pope tells nations

By Carol Glatz, Catholic News Service


‘O Holy Night’: A carol for the weary

By Shemaiah Gonzalez, Catholic News Service

US population growth at lowest rate in pandemic’s 1st year

By Mike Schneider, AP

America must once again affirm the dignity of life and family

By Steve Daines, National Review

Jesus actor in 'The Chosen' talks about show's Christmas special

By Francesca Pollio, Catholic News Agency

Retired official helped bring Vatican Library into 21st century

By Inés San Martín, Crux
Archbishop José H. Gomez and Father Tom Elewaut, pastor of Mission Basilica San Buenaventura, hold the Vatican decree from June 2020 officially elevating the mission to the rank of “minor basilica” at a Dec. 19 Mass of Thanksgiving. The event, which included a candlelight procession and a garden reception afterwards, was postponed to this year due to the pandemic. (Victor Alemán/Angelus News)
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