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FEATURED


What Agnes’ jacket tells us about suffering

Could people who have been dismissed as psychotic have stories that actually bear in a unique way on our spirits and souls?
By Heather King, Angelus News

FAITH


16th Sunday in Ordinary Time: ‘I will surely return to you’

By Scott Hahn, Angelus News

NATION


USCCB issues annual audit on compliance with charter by dioceses, eparchies

By Catholic News Service

WORLD


Panama hopes Church can help with social unrest, avoid Nicaraguan example

By Inés San Martín, Crux

VATICAN


Pope Francis saddened by death of atheist journalist whose claims sparked Vatican denials

By A.C. Wimmer, Catholic News Agency

WHAT WE'RE READING TODAY


One roommate is 85, the other is 27. Such arrangements are growing.

By Cathy Free, Washington Post
 

Making sense of sex, gender, and trans issues

By Charlie Camosy, The Pillar
 

The war in Ukraine is the true culture war

By Jason Farago, N.Y. Times [Paywall]
 

Missionary priest's hunger strike protests Hong Kong activists' detention

By Catholic News Service
 

Some schools build affordable housing to retain teachers

By Janie Har, AP

In Villars-sur-Ollon, Switzerland, a giant biodegradable land art painting entitled Vers l’equilibre (Towards balance) by French-Swiss artist Saype is pictured near the summit of the Grand Chamossaire mountain. (Valentin Flauraud/AP)

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