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Remembering the Dearly Departed: The Significance of All Souls’ Day

“If we had no care for the dead,” Saint Augustine noted, “we would not be in the habit of praying for them.”

Why Does the Church Celebrate All Saints’ Day?

The first canonization happened in 993, although the first masses in honor of departed dead took place much earlier.

Statement from Bishop James Wall Regarding the Testimony of Archbishop Carlo Vigano

The testimony leaves many questions unanswered, and I believe the claims within should be properly investigated in order to shed light on what appears to be much darkness.

From the Bishop: Letter to the Diocese of Gallup Regarding the Recent Abuse Crisis

We still have much work to do, especially we bishops, who are called to act as your shepherds but have, in many cases, allowed the wolves to run rampant among our flocks.

Humanae Vitae Mas Pertinente que nunca: Releyendo la Encíclica profética del Papa Pablo VI

Dios nos ha dado un diseño para una vida matrimonial feliz. Hemos pasado más de 50 anos ignorándolo y vemos los resultados en una sociedad dañada. No podemos permanecer en silencio.

From the Bishop: The Prophetic Wisdom of Blessed Pope Paul VI

God has given us a blueprint for a happy married life. We have spent more than fifty years ignoring it, and we can see the results in a broken society. We can be silent no longer.

Saints for Today: Solanus Casey, Priest (1870-1957)

Solanus spent his fifty-three years as a priest in menial service as a sacristan and porter at St. Bonaventure’s monastery in Detroit and worked in the friars’ soup kitchen.

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