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Feast of St. Josephine Bakhita, Feb. 8

Josephine Bakhita was born in 1868 in the Darfur region of what is now Sudan.

Faithful, ‘infected with God’s DNA,’ called to embrace diverse ‘movement of...

To experience the effect Martin Luther King, Jr., left on America 50 years ago was to glance at the Behnke family during the Mass in his honor.

Homilist for upcoming MLK Mass discusses civil rights leader’s legacy

Fr. Royal (Roy) A. Lee, of the Archdiocese of Atlanta said as a visionary, Martin Luther King, Jr., could recognize the potential of America even in its brokenness.

Stories, tears flow freely for descendants of slaves Jesuits owned, sold

NEW ORLEANS (CNS) — Inside the parish hall of St. Gabriel the Archangel Church in New Orleans, the personal stories flowed as freely as the tears.

Life of African-American priest told through play ‘From Slave to Priest’

CHICAGO (CNS) — The life of Fr. Augustus Tolton already reads like a novel and now it is immortalized on stage with the new play “Tolton: From Slave to Priest,” produced by St. Luke Productions from Battle Ground, Washington.

Pope approves new path to sainthood: heroic act of loving service

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Pope Francis has approved a fourth pathway to possible sainthood — giving one’s life in a heroic act of loving service to others.

Authors help couples provide credible, effective witness to marriage

Their delightful story is of value to all married couples and those who minister to them, and to anyone considering marriage as well.

E3 Africa, founded by St. Andrew pastor, opens new school in...

For young orphans in Uganda, an education can mean the difference between life and death.

Faith formation for all ages supported by CDA

When it was suggested to Darren Handy that he take formation classes through Kino, he needed to consider the cost.

Language of love welcomes missionary priests

They finished praying the Rosary and then started in on the singing of hymns. We sat there in the little mission church, waiting for Mass to begin. But would it?