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NEW YORK – Vocations to the priesthood and religious life in India are strong and a sign that the missionary spirit of St. Thomas the Apostle flourishes, said the president of the Catholic Near East Welfare Association.
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Getting to know God is akin to entering a dating relationship, says Franciscan Brother Daniel Horan.
David Rider still does the occasional barrel roll, but now he usually does it wearing a Roman collar. He's kept his tap shoes since entering the seminary, but his goal has changed dramatically.
MOOSE JAW, SASK. - Regina Archbishop Daniel Bohan says he never says no to God even when it is not easy.
Mary Phillips always had a strong desire to help the poor and disadvantaged. Even during her childhood in Newfoundland, she witnessed the poverty, and her heart went out to those impoverished families.
PRINCE ALBERT, SASK. – The bishop of Prince Albert is responding to what he sees as a growing spiritual revival in Western Canada by opening a house of discernment for men considering a priestly vocation.
Silence is disappearing in the world, said the keynote speaker at conference on World Communications Day.
U.S. President Barack Obama's support for same-sex marriage has had little effect on people's voting plans, according to recent polls.
"We are on the Lord's team, the winning team," Pope Benedict told members of the College of Cardinals at the end of a luncheon he hosted to thank them for their friendship and support.
Seventeen former Anglican priests were made deacons in one of the largest group ordinations in the modern history of the Catholic Church in Britain.