Saturday, December 14, 2019

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Lent: A Season for Returning to Our Spiritual Roots

Are you ready for 6 weeks of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving?

The life of a hospital chaplain: bringing God’s light to the suffering, sick, and dying

For Fr. Pio O'Connor, the hospital, the nursing home, and the sick room are his parish, their ailing residents his sheep.

Catholic Scouting Aims to Foster Spiritual, Mental, and Physical Virtue

"We want to relate what we do in our faith to what we do with scouting."
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The Legacy of American Martyr Fr. Stanley Rother

Archbishop Paul Coakley of Oklahoma City joins Bishop Wall to talk about the life of Fr. Stanley Rother, the first U.S.-born martyr whose cause for beatification is before the Vatican.
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CC007: Serving the poorest of the poor: the story of the Southwest Indian Foundation

For 50 years SWIF has funded well drilling, stove and heating installation, support for Native American arts and craftsmen, and scholarships for Catholic schools.

For Klagetoh Mission, Evangelization Comes Through Basketball

On the reservation, basketball is life.
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CC006: Loving and Living With Non-Catholic Family Members

Pope Francis has referred to the open walls of the Vatican as the mother arms of the Church, open to welcome all her children.

Bishop Wall to Lead 2017 Pilgrimage to Fatima, Santiago, and Lourdes

The pilgrimage, from March 13-22, will include daily Mass, tours of famous churches and monasteries, walking tours and sightseeing throughout Portugal and northwestern Spain.
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CC005: Advent, An Answer of Joy to a Secular World

The counter-cultural spirit of Advent sets off the Church's new liturgical year.
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CC004: Why Mercy Matters, Part 2

How do we show mercy when we're tired, or hurting, or swept up in the struggles of life? Bishop Wall gives some solid advice.

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INTO THE MYSTERY: Sacred Time

An in-depth examination of the theological concept of time.

Remembering Sister Patricia Bietsch

As an educator, Sr. Pat was passionate about ensuring every student being given the opportunity to learn. She pioneered religion classes for the handicapped students at St. Mary Mission in New Mexico.

Forging Friendships with America’s Forgotten and Overlooked Communities

For the elderly, single parents, or rural isolated, surviving and creating human connections can be an everyday struggle. So for the last 20 years, the volunteers of the St. Vincent de Paul Society in Tuba City AZ have been working to build a network of support throughout their community.

Everyday Heroes: Father, daughter make cross-country pilgrimage for life 

"For John Moore, each step is a prayer. And when you're walking the 2,800 miles from San Francisco to Washington, that's a lot of prayer."
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An Insider Breakdown of the Fall 2019 U.S. Bishops’ Meeting

Bishop Wall takes a look at all the important things happening at the annual November meeting of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops in Baltimore.