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Are you following Matthew Bunson in Rome? Check out this post!
By Matthew Bunson. Secretaries of John Paul II and John XXIII share experiences. Walking into the Piazza San Pietro this morning on the way to the Vatican Press Center, two shocking sights greeted me. The first was the staggering size of the crowds that are now filling the entire area around St. Peter’s Basilica.
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A JPII miracle
By Mariann Hughes. Brother cured of cancer through John Paul II's intercession. I read anything I could find on his life and swooned in typical teenage fashion over the young Karol's rugged, athletic good looks. I was fascinated by how the world had turned out because of him, and what would have happened if he had married his girlfriend rather than become a priest.
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From Russell Shaw
By Russell Shaw. Instead of pretending this argument doesn’t exist, people need to come to grips with it. One of the disappointments of the continuing debate over contraception is the failure of Catholics who don’t accept the Church’s teaching to acknowledge the existence of a serious and persuasive rational argument that the Church is right.
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Pope Francis said a lot today ...
Editor's Notebook — Pope Francis' strong words on abortion, sex abuse and the devil; Palm Sunday prep; Catholics and climate change. Gretchen R. Crowe OSV Content, Notables, OSV Newsweekly, OSV Daily Take. 4/11/2014. Editor's Notebook — Pope Francis' strong words on abortion, sex abuse and the ...
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Reflection for the readings!
By Jennifer Rey. An excerpt from OSV Newsweekly. When hearing a passage as dramatic as today’s Gospel, what do you focus on? The answers depend on several factors, some of which are unique to each reader.
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Resources for your spiritual journey
By Cathy Dee. Holy Week is coming! Here are seven online resources as you prepare for the spiritual journey.
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By Karen Edmisten. An edited excerpt from 'Deathbed Conversions: Finding Faith at the Finish Line.' How did this thrice-married, hard-drinking, larger-than-life megastar make his leap to Catholicism? Faith danced around John Wayne all of his adult life.
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Check out my reflection for Holy Week
By Jennifer Rey. A reflection for Holy Week. We were not made for suffering. We were not made for “conventional” happiness either.
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For Holy Week
By Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan. During Holy Week especially, we see suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus renewed in sacred liturgy. I wonder if I did the right thing,” she asked me after Mass.A mother of a teenage daughter, she went on to explain her dilemma.
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It's the last one!
By Jennifer Rey. Almsgiving still means giving actual alms. It was one of my New Year’s resolutions: stretch the pocketbook and give more. Not that I necessarily tend toward Scrooginess, just that I lean toward giving time and talent more than treasure.
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Waste some time. Pope Francis said so.
By Jennifer Rey. Slow down, toss the watch and spend time with the Lord, other people. Throughout this Lenten season, we have talked about very specific ways to pray, fast and give alms, whether a 15-minute prayer structure, ways to read Scripture or volunteer ideas. This week, try something entirely different. Fast from time.
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Keep those good habits going!
By Jennifer Rey. Keep those good habits going. Catholics around the world try to sacrifice more, pray more and give more during Lent. While this can be tough, ideally it will be a fruitful experience. Though it may be tempting, we shouldn’t go back to the way things were before Lent.
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Homework from Pope Francis. Let’s make it a celebration
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By Jennifer Rey Pope Francis looks on during general audience in St. Peter's Square at Vatican. CNS photo "How many of you remember the date

Editor's Notebook — Nov. 12
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Good morning! Devastation in the Philippines following Super Typhoon Haiyan. CNS photo Stories out of the Philippines continue to be devasta

The call of confession
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CNS photo By Jennifer Rey There has been a fair amount of conversation recently about the mercy, love and healing found in the confessional.

Editor's Notebook — Nov. 7
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Pope Francis this morning announced the themes for World Youth Days for the next three years, including the 2016 gathering in Krakow, Poland

Editor's Notebook — Nov. 6
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Good morning! Bishop Salvatore R. Matano is named the new bishop of the Diocese of Rochester, N.Y. CNS photo First up: Some big news. Pope F

Did Vatican II say people can be saved without hearing the Gospel?
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By Ralph Martin Shutterstock photo An excerpt from "The Urgency of the New Evangelization: Answering the Call" One of the things that has le

They lead, they serve, they witness: Give us your suggestions for 2013 C...
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CNS photo Our Sunday Visitor is seeking nominations for Catholics of the Year. This end-of-the-year feature, now in its second year in OSV N

Editor's Notebook — Nov. 1
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Happy feast of All Saints! A nun jumps off a tomb while another sister cleans it on the eve of All Saints' Day at the cemetery of San Salvad

A spooky saint for Halloween
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By Jennifer Rey When Halloween comes around, the questions tend to abound. Should Catholics celebrate Halloween? Do Catholics believe in gho

Taste of feminine genius
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By Jennifer Rey. Fall book review

Catholic without conversion
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By Jennifer Rey Getty Images photo We as Catholics have an incredible, relevant, deep Faith. And, thankfully, there are many resources avail

Share your Christmas memories in OSV Newsweekly!
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Shutterstock photo Our Sunday Visitor is collecting entries for its 30th annual "Christmas Memories" feature for the Dec. 22, 2013, issue. P

Called to be holy: Cardinal Dolan’s 10-step guide to holiness
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Cardinal Dolan celebrates Mass at World Youth Day in Brazil CNS photo By Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan An edited excerpt from then Archbishop Do

Opening the Word: The heart of prayer
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Shutterstock photo Parable of Pharisee and tax collector warns that pride keeps us from truly reaching out to God By Carl Olson An excerpt f

What is a missionary?
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By Jennifer Rey A missionary encounters Christ, lives Christ and gives Christ. This is the overwhelming message in the video below. While a

From Pope Francis: God hears us
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An excerpt from "Only Love Can Save Us: Letters, Homilies, and Talks of Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio" By Pope Francis Homily of Cardinal Jorge M

Blessed John Paul II on suffering: Jesus gives pain purpose
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Pope John Paul II prays on the feast of Corpus Christi at the Basilica of St. John Lateran in Rome CNS photo By Robert G. Schroeder An edite

Modern sloth a ‘frenzied quest’ for distraction from God
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By Jennifer Rey Shutterstock photo Laziness is the typical definition of sloth, a failing that may seem trivial in a culture of workaholics.

Editor's Notebook — Oct. 21
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Good morning! At 12:01 a.m. this morning, New Jersey became the 14th state to recognize same-sex marriage. In his morning homily, Pope Franc

Holiness: It’s about making a mess
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Woman prays rosary at national shrine in Washington as part of global rosary event CNS photo By Jennifer Rey "Holiness is more than being 'N