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April 9, 2018

The first day of baseball season

At that first practice, anything and everything is possible. The season lies ahead of us fresh and clean and exciting.
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Mother Angelica for sainthood?

Father Doyle answers a question about possible sainthood for the founder of EWTN.
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Holy Rosary offers encounter with God’s love on Divine Mercy Sunday

β€œIt’s just so amazing and so beautiful seeing so many people taking advantage of the graces of this day,” said Elissa Voss.
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Saving a seat for a stranger

The responsibility to make everyone feel welcome at Mass begins with each of us.
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With new document, pope shows holiness is for everyone, speakers say

Pope Francis is reminding Christians that the desired goal of their journey is true life, joy, meaning and fullness found in Jesus with the help of divine grace and the action of the Holy Spirit received in baptism.
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Catholic faithful must object if pope misuses authority, cardinal says

U.S. Cardinal Raymond L. Burke to several hundred Catholics concerned about what they see as growing confusion in the Catholic Church, particularly because of the way Pope Francis opened the possibility for some divorced and civilly remarried Catholics to receive Communion.
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Holiness means being loving, not boring, pope says

God calls all Christians to be saints -- not plastic statues of saints, but real people who make time for prayer and who show loving care for others in the simplest gestures, Pope Francis said in his new document on holiness.
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Don’t be afraid of shame, open hearts to God’s mercy, pope says

Feeling ashamed of one's sins does not mean wallowing in guilt, rather it is the gateway all men and women can use to experience firsthand God's tender mercy and forgiveness, Pope Francis said.
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