"How do we persuade a woman not to have an abortion? As always, we must persuade her with love." - BLESSED TERESA OF CALCUTTA

Bishop Barres on Charlottesville: Respond to violence with ‘full examination of our hearts’

On this feast of St. Maximillian Kolbe, one whose life was offered during the Holocaust on behalf of another, let us seek his intercession for the prayerful reflection and courage we need to be a more powerfully a people of compassion, mercy and justice.
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Cases Showing the Need for the Conscience Protection Act

Find out why the bishops are fighting the Administration's unjust mandate, and join in solidarity to protect the conscience rights of all.
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Call to Action

August presents us with a great pro-life advocacy opportunity!
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Life Issues Forum: Jesus, Healer Of Wounds And Source Of Mercy

The recent Convocation of Catholic Leaders: The Joy of the Gospel in America was an unprecedented gathering.
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Living Crown of Mary | Take a Selfie for Mary

We make up the Living Crown of Mary – our faces, with our life and our past and present are written on them.
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Congratulations Bishop Nelson Perez

Pope Francis has named Bishop Nelson J. Perez, auxiliary bishop of Rockville Centre, to serve as Bishop of the Diocese of Cleveland, Ohio.
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Bridging Borders For A Culture Of Life

Having grown up in a Mexican Catholic family, I was particularly moved by the power of the Hispanic community to foster a culture of life and love.
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How to Talk About Religious Liberty – Cómo hablar de la libertad religiosa

Religious freedom has become a focal point in the conversation on how Americans can promote the common good.
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Praying for Conscience and Courage

Kathy Langer, director of social concerns for Catholic Charities of the Diocese of St. Cloud, Minnesota, reflects on what it means to form one's conscience and shares the example of Catholic leaders who inspire her own work for the poor.
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Powerful Prayers and Intercessions

In the Catholic Church, St. Dymphna and Saint Benedict Joseph Labre are two saints who lived with suffering from both mental illnesses and feelings that they did not belong. (Blog 4 of 5)
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