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Pandemic has presented challenges to provide special education

When the World Health Organization declared a global COVID-19 pandemic March 11, 2020, the world shuddered, then shuttered.

‘Together’ campaign effort refreshed parishes, strengthened ministries in name of evangelization

The current number of pledges and total pledge value are in, but the true impact the funds will have on eight key areas including direct parish support, Newman Centers, Catholic education, seminarian support and a Francis Mercy Fund will be harder to quantify.

Having a friend who is poor will help you get to heaven, pope says

"The poor are precious in the eyes of God," he said, because they know they are not self-sufficient... like beggars before God."

Catholic Education Arizona scoops out $4M in first wave of need-based scholarships

Catholic Education Arizona welcomed principals back to the new school year with a sweet deal.

Experts weigh in on the accuracy of Paul VI’s predictions

Fifty years later, what consequences of the widespread use of artificial birth control does the U.S. and world see? How close are they to what Pope Paul VI predicted?

Irish bishop hopes papal visit can help bring healing after abortion vote

DUBLIN (CNS) — An Irish bishop said he hopes Pope Francis’ August visit can help bring healing after a divisive referendum that will pave the way for abortion on demand up to 12 weeks’ gestation.

FSL helps adults age with grace, uplifts caregivers too

it was difficult at first to leave her husband, a retired engineer who once spoke several languages, with anyone. Now, he is living a full life through two weekly visits to a faith-based care center.

Local Catholic tapped to become CEO of United Cerebral Palsy National

Growing up in East Los Angeles, Armando Contreras never dreamed he’d one day stand at the helm of a national non-profit serving those with disabilities.

How old anti-Catholic laws still threaten religious freedom today

WASHINGTON (CNA/EWTN News) — Anti-Catholic state laws from the 19th century are today being used by secularists to fight public funding of all religious organizations, warned a religious freedom advocacy group.

Back-to-School season applies to adult group too

It's not just for students, parents, teachers and other campus staff. It's for a key volunteer group too.