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Jesus, present in the Eucharist, inspires compassion, sharing, pope says

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — One cannot love and worship the Eucharist without compassion for the...

Lumen Christi Award goes to founder of Tucson center serving women in need

CHICAGO (CNS) — Jean Fedigan, founder of a nonprofit in the Diocese of Tucson, Arizona,...

Help the poor and the planet, pope tells young economists, entrepreneurs

ROME (CNS) — Acknowledging how young people have been given a world marked by inequality,...

South Korean delegation coming to U.S. to seek ways to build lasting peace

WASHINGTON (CNS) — South Korean Catholic leaders will be part of a 40-member delegation that...

Training Our Eyes: The Rich Man and Lazarus | One-Minute Homily

Do we recognize the needs of those around us? Sometimes we can be blind to those right in front of us. Deacon Tim Breen, SJ, reflects on the need for us to train our eyes in this week’s One-Minute Homily. Based on the readings for Sunday, September 25, 2022. The best QBs are good because […]

Experts urge world to deter Russia from using nuclear weapons in Ukraine

WASHINGTON (CNS) — A former deputy secretary-general of NATO said threats from Russian President Vladimir...

Northern Ireland census shows more Catholics than Protestants

DUBLIN (CNS) — More people in Northern Ireland now identify as Catholic than Protestant for...

Cardinal Parolin, Russian foreign minister meet at U.N.

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Vatican secretary of state, met with Russian Foreign...

Remembering Two Jesuit Titans of History

In the last year, two great Jesuit historians passed away: Fr. John Padberg and Fr. John O'Malley. A budding Jesuit historian reflects on their legacy.

Maryknoll nun helps New Mexico’s tribal peoples deal with uranium legacy

WASHINGTON (CNS) — When she was assigned to New Mexico 26 years ago after spending...