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The Triduum begins today with the Mass of the Lord's Supper. In Rome, Pope Francis will again visit the "peripheries" — this time a center for the elderly and disabled, where he will wash the feet of nine Italians, one Muslim from Libya, a young man from Cape Verde and an Ethiopian woman.
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There is so much that transpires throughout the Easter triduum, how do parents begin to explain it all to their children? Here are some ideas about how to help kids better understand the meaning of Holy Thursday, Good Friday and the Easter Vigil. http://osv.cm/1gx9CrJ
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Are you excited about our two new saints? Find complete canonization resources here: http://osv.cm/1sAu3ww
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Yes, very excited! #CountdowntoCanonization  
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Holy Week is coming! Here are seven online resources for your spiritual journey:
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Keeping teens engaged in the Faith can be hard! Share your advice: osv.cm/OfbGN3
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Editor Gretchen R. Crowe previews the April 27, 2014, issue, which features a preview of the double canonization for Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II; a report about 'uncounted Catholics'; and the importance of keeping Lenten habits throughout the Church year. Much more at www.osv.com.
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Conversion stories, Mozilla & tolerance, continuing sex abuse crisis woes -- Editor Gretchen R. Crowe previews the April 20 issue for you!
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In today's Pope Francis update: The Holy Father stops the popemobile to chat with a friend, talks about seeing with God's eyes during the Wednesday audience, and sends a telegram of condolence
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Our Sunday Visitor just delivered some great news! The Association of Catholic Publishers announced finalists for their annual Excellence in Publishing Awards and Deathbed Conversions is a contender in the biography category. Winners will be announced in May.
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Spend hours on a bus or train to work each week? #PopeFrancis has a suggestion for you.
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Our Sunday Visitor, a Catholic not-for-profit organization, began with the vision of one young Indiana parish priest shortly after the turn of the century. Then-Father John Francis Noll had grown weary of the anti-Catholic literature flooding his people so he began to write a parish bulletin. From his work as a defender of the Faith grew one of the most successful weekly Catholic newspaper -- Our Sunday Visitor.

Today it is home to 300 employees who work for two different divisions --publishing and offertory solutions.

The publishing division is responsible for the writing and promotion of six periodicals, which include: Our Sunday Visitor Newsweekly, Take Out: Family Faith on the Go, The Catholic Answer, The Priest, My Daily Visitor, and Grace In Action. In addition to the periodicals, Our Sunday Visitor publishes and markets over 500 products including books, tapes, software, and education materials.

Our Sunday Visitor is also home to the nation's largest supplier of offering envelope products and services to Catholic parishes throughout the United States, manufacturing over 800 million envelopes annually.

As a not-for-profit company, Our Sunday Visitor serves the Church not only with its products and services, but also by returning all of its net earnings to the Catholic community. Through the Our Sunday Visitor Institute, we fund Catholic projects throughout the United States, particularly those that seek to address religious illiteracy, contribute to the evangelization of the culture, link faith and morality, especially to young people, and explain and promote the dignity of the human person.