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There are many reasons that the long pontificate of St. John Paul II—from his election in 1978 to his death in 2005—was an exceptional period for the Church. He was, of course, a pope of many … more
Father Jeffrey Pomeisl’s devotion to the Rosary goes back a long way. He remembers praying decades of Hail Marys on car trips with his parents and six brothers as a youth. During his … more
We’re still wearing masks, we’re still social-distancing, and we don’t know how long it’s going to last. Coronavirus has the world in its grip, and there is no way to predict when it will … more
As the world and the Church marked the centenary of the birth of Pope St. John Paul II May 18, a kaleidoscope of memories shaped my prayer and reflection that day. John Paul II at his dinner table, … more
We do a lot of worrying these trying days. We’re anxious about our own health, and the well-being of those whom we cherish. Preoccupation about when we’ll “get back to normal,” and if life … more
En el contexto de la epidemia del coronavirus, muchos religiosos y religiosas, sacerdotes y laicos, dedicados al cuidado de los más pobres (proveyéndoles albergue y alimentación, atención médica … more
We all wonder about it at one time or another! What’s at the core of the universe? What is at the very foundation of existence? What power makes the world tick? Those of us fortunate … more
Pilgrimage of NYC 2013 [Photo gallery]
PILGRIMS OF NEW YORK—Catholics carried crosses and prayed the Rosary, proudly showing their faith from one end of Manhattan to the other during the fourth annual Pilgrimage of New York March 23. more
Mary DeTurris Poust, a Catholic New York columnist, author, blogger and TV host, signs copies of her two latest books, “Cravings” and “Everyday Divine: A Catholic Guide to Active … more
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