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Thank you for your kind generosity to the Catholic Relief Services Collection. Donations can still be sent to your parish or directly to the Archdiocesan Finance Office, 100 E. Eighth St., Cincinnati, Ohio 45202. Please note it is for the CRS Collection.

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Vigil Praise: New worship event an opportunity for young adults

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph  Finding events for teens or retirees hasn’t been a challenge in many parts of the church. One underserved population, however, has been young adults. Fi...

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Q&A: How many times did Christ rise?

Dear Father: Year after year and month after month, I have been wondering why does the creed we recite during Sunday Mass state that Christ “rose again?” When was the first time He rose? I checked...

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New San Diego bishop: Don’t remove Junipero Serra from US Capitol

CNA/EWTN News Bishop Robert McElroy, the new head of the San Diego diocese, has criticized a proposal to remove the statue of pioneering California missionary and soon-to-be saint Father Junipero Serr...

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Cardinal Francis George of Chicago dies at 78

CNA/EWTN News Cardinal Francis George, the Emeritus Archbishop of Chicago, passed away Friday, according to the Chicago Tribune. The 78-year-old cardinal was first diagnosed with bladder cancer in 200...

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Kidnapped Nigerian girls deserve more than just a hashtag, activist says

CNA/EWTN News The hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls abducted a year ago by the group Boko Haram deserve a major, sustained rescue effort, says a Nigerian lawyer who urges far more global attention for ...

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Term ‘genocide’ angers Turkey, while pope says memory leads to healing

By Carol Glatz Catholic News Service  VATICAN CITY — Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide, Pope Francis said atrocities from the past have to be recognized — not hidde...

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