August 24, 2016

Pope leads 11,000 pilgrims praying rosary for quake victims

Smaller quakes – at least two of which registered more than 5.0 – continued for several hours after the main quake.
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Olympics showed we are all one

We have allowed even our religions to become reasons to divide us. Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could all at least agree on one religious belief that God created humans in his own image and likeness?
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Coffee & Doughnuts with Carolyn Woo

Meet the president and CEO of Baltimore-based Catholic Relief Services, the international relief agency of the U.S. bishops.
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Louisiana floods called worst U.S. natural disaster since Superstorm Sandy

A variety of organizations, including Catholic Charities and the Knights of Columbus, are raising funds to help flood victims.
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BOOST scholarship program awards $5 million to help low-income students in nonpublic schools

Families are snapping up new state scholarship money in order to send their kids to non-public schools, and many are choosing Catholic schools.
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Squeezing every last drop out of summer vacation

School starts for our sons on Monday. At this point, I wouldn't say we are counting down to the first day of school. Instead, we are avoiding talking about school and making the most of this time.Now and then I mention that we might want to think of getting on a
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