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Signs of the Spirit: App teaches blessings, how to pray in ASL

When a child is born deaf into a hearing family, they shouldn't have to miss out on learning Catholic prayers or religious terms as they learn American Sign Language.
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New shrine enables Catholics to renew devotion to Fatima, says bishop

The new shrine will be a place for Catholics to connect with Mary and make the rosary a central part of their prayer life.
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Pope’s pro-life challenge: Respect all life, oppose death penalty

ANALYSIS: Pope Francis' recent statement on the death penalty focused less on the government's role and more on the need to defend the dignity of human life.
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Baltimore Running Festival brings 15,000 by Basilica

A change in the route of the marathon will allow the runners to take a glimpse of America's first cathedral.
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Pope: If world insists on success, then make life more just, humane

Pope called to promote and defend more fairness and to manage the world's resources adequately and justly.
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Bishops’ migration chairman asks for extension of immigration status

The U.S. government will consider in early November whether to extend for some inmigrants what's known as Temporary Protected Status or TPS.
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Products of Calvert Hall, Mount St. Joe help Bears down Ravens

Adrian Amos and Kyle Fuller combined their strength and intellect to hurt the Ravens. The Amos-Fuller connection is ironic in multiple ways.
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Movie Review: ‘Only the Brave’

The heartbreaking true story of an elite Arizona firefighting team comes to the big screen in "Only the Brave" (Columbia).
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Protesters arrested for blocking pipeline work through nuns’ property

Nearly two dozen people, including a juvenile, were arrested as they blocked workers from starting construction of a short leg of a natural gas pipeline.
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Catholic wedding in Columbia unites 10 Hispanic couples

Half of the couples were from El Salvador, but Mexico and Colombia were also represented. The wedding was webcast for their families across Latin America.
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Groups settle in lawsuit against HHS contraceptive mandate

The case before the court involved seven plaintiffs and each of these combined cases represented a group of schools, churches or church-sponsored organizations.
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