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Hello, today is Wednesday, June 8, 2022

FEATURED


A numbers game for the long haul

Mustard seed-sized faith is all that we need, according to Jesus himself, and in the 2,000 years since that advice was given, we have seen countless examples of majorities of “one” or small groups turn a kernel of truth into a massive movement.
By Robert Brennan, Angelus News

ARTS & CULTURE


Norm’s last laugh: ‘Nothing Special’ is a parting lesson for us all

By Joe Joyce, Angelus News

NATION


'Life and Dignity for All' is theme of USCCB's Religious Freedom Week

By Catholic News Service

WORLD


100 days of war: Ukrainian leader reflects on the pope, hope, solidarity

By Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service

VATICAN


Pope Francis: Don’t hide wrinkles, it’s ‘the heart that matters’

By Catholic News Agency

WHAT WE'RE READING TODAY


Why believe better family policies will reduce abortions? Well, there’s the data

By Charles C. Camosy, Religion News Service
 

An open letter to all the faithful of the Diocese of Fresno in support of Archbishop Cordileone

By Bishop Joseph V. Brennan, Diocese of Fresno
 

Study provides 'detailed snapshot' of state of permanent diaconate in U.S.

By Catholic News Service
 

Suspension of ordinations in France an unprecedented surprise

By Elise Ann Allen, Crux
 

Rights supporters urge authorities not to arrest activist Sri Lankan nun

By Catholic News Service

Palestinian Jabara Husnai, 62, helps his daughter Lana Husnai, 24, with her wheelchair on the Via Dolorosa's new accessible lane in the Old City of Jerusalem June 3, 2022. The Accessible Jerusalem-Old City makes many streets accessible to wheelchairs, baby strollers, and the vision impaired. Read more from Judith Sudilovsky, Catholic News Service (CNS photo/Debbie Hill)

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