May 1, 2020

The quarantine’s three lessons about the Church

So Catholics, don’t get discouraged. Rather, use this time of deprivation and abstention to awaken a deeper love for the Church in its Eucharistic, symbiotic, and incarnational distinctiveness.
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Online Masses in for people who are blind

Masses for people who are blind: Xavier Society for the Blind continues to provide the Propers of the Sunday Mass (the readings, responses and prayers to the Mass on Sunday and special Feast Days) in large print, Braille Ready File (.brf), and audio for download from their website. – St. Francis Xavier Church in New...
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Sugar-cube spill, home fashion, the gift of ramen, and more (7 Quick Takes)

Some days you’re trying to get something done when you hear a terrible crash in the kitchen. You come running and see that your son just spilled sugar cubes all over the floor.
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For seminarians, campus may be closed but the work continues at local parishes

Since mid-March, the 51 men studying to become priests for the Archdiocese of Baltimore have left their classrooms and been placed in parishes across the region.
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Click here to watch Archbishop Lori offer 3 p.m. prayers consecrating the nation to Mary, Mother of the Church

Press play above to watch Archbishop William E. Lori offer prayers to renew the consecration of our nation to Mary, under the title "Mother of the Church."
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