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The tricky business of post-tragedy prayer

There have been calls for reform of this and that, with both sides insisting they are correct, and that any deviation is a sure sign the opposing opinion is evil. One of the recent threads that has been unraveling on a regular basis, on everywhere from social media and TV talk shows to the floor of the United States House of Representatives, is a distinct disdain for the concept of prayer.
By Robert Brennan, Angelus News

VOICES


A priest in despair teaches us to live as Christ

By Heather King, Angelus News

FAITH


Pentecost Sunday: First fruits of a new humanity

By Scott Hahn, Angelus News

NATION


At Tulsa, Okla., Catholic hospital complex, gunman kills four, then himself

By Rhina Guidos, Catholic News Service

WORLD


Religious sisters play key role in helping Ukrainian refugees

By Inés San Martín, Crux

WHAT WE'RE READING TODAY


Bishop Barron says intersection of faith, science important part of new ministry

By John Lavenburg, Crux
 

How the pro-life Democrat went extinct

By Jayd Henricks, Wall Street Journal [Paywall]
 

Vatican relaxes vaccine mandate, masking rules

By Junno Arocho Esteves, Catholic News Service
 

Fighting for life in the Golden State

By Charlie Camosy, The Pillar
 

Disappearance of balanced Catholic media is loss for immigrant communities

By Hosffman Ospino, Catholic News Service

Bucha’s Wounds: Images of a mourning city. Here, the Villa San Marino, once a place of recreation for local families, was destroyed by Russian attacks. A trench was dug in its garden. See more images from Anna Surinyach, Commonweal

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