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With Christmas just days away, we turn our hearts toward the humble stable in Bethlehem where the Savior of the world was born. In the midst of the clamor of the world and the unrelenting violence around us, this conscious decision to focus on Jesus Christ, Ruler of the Universe, girds us with the truth: the Child born in the silence and stillness of the night was sent to redeem us and heal our broken world.
A St. Vincent de Paul dining room that nearly functions like a restaurant now offers makeshift sleeping quarters too.
Catholic Relief Services and certain groups within the countries it serves are beginning to see fruits of its capacity-building program designed to enhance their ability to identify and meet development challenges.
On this World Down Syndrome Day, see how one school wholly embraced a student with the syndrome and how students at a Phoenix school are independently supporting their peers with Down Syndrome.
After three decades at the helm of Foundation for Senior Living, Guy Mikkelsen will step down in December.
Catholics tithe and give of themselves year-round at the parish and community levels with sometimes renewed fervor during Thanksgiving and Advent.
Outfielders in wheelchairs raced to get him out while the crowd cheered Turner to third base. Once he crossed home plate on the Dan Haren Miracle League Field, a baseball stadium in northeast Scottsdale, Adam Turner was the star in a field of dreams.
U.S. Rep. Steven Palazzo, R-Miss., has introduced the Every Child Is a Blessing Act to combat "wrongful birth" lawsuits and prevent discrimination against children born with disabilities.
The Federal Communications Commission plan on net neutrality has drawn criticism from many, including now-retired Archbishop George H. Niederauer of San Francisco.
Three days a week, a driver from the Monsignor Edward J. Ryle Life Center in Phoenix comes to pick up Charles “Chuck” Hanford for a day of activities.