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African sisters bring diverse talents to Arizona

Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus left Uganda and South Sudan to establish its first American apostolate and serve the community via parish catechesis, school assistance and refugee services.

Ex-NFL player, now with ALS, exhorts: ‘Relentlessly seek your purpose’

NEW ORLEANS (CNS) — A former pro football player who is the subject of a new documentary about his life with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig’s disease, told a crowd at St. Mary’s Dominican High School in New Orleans to “relentlessly seek your purpose.”

Way of Cross an especially strong Lenten tradition in migrant communities

Many of the 400 participants in one town last year were day laborers who sacrificed daily wages to attend.

Priest’s Lenten meal sizzles [VIDEO]

Celebrity chef Fr. Leo Patalinghug demonstrates how to cook a Lenten seafood pasta meal.

Hearing that ‘still, small voice’ this Lent draws us closer to God

You’ll hear Him encourage you to let go, to trust, to forgive, and to sacrifice.

Lent should be lived ‘more intensely’ in Year of Mercy

Lent exists for the sake of Easter; a 40-day pilgrimage where the faithful remember, celebrate and participate in Christ’s life, death and triumphant resurrection.

Love, amor y Valentine’s Day

A short blogopst connecting you with Catholic Valentine's Day resources in English and Spanish.

Enjoying ‘paczki’ on Fat Tuesday prepares soul for the ‘sacrifices of Lent’

In the days before Lent, there's nothing more traditional at Kiedrowski's Simply Delicious Bakery than delectable paczki -- pronounced poonch-key in Polish -- deep-fried sugary doughnuts that taste like what Mom and Grandma used to make.

Lent: A time to live mercy [VIDEO]

Connect with Lenten resources for various age groups and a quick reflection on encountering those who are suffering.

Making the most of Lent by doing away with indifference

Most of us will probably never have to risk our lives in order to help someone. The question is, what are we doing with this precious life that we’ve been given? Are we squandering it on trivialities? And what will the Father find when He looks into our heart and searches for compassion?