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Saint Joseph Lends a Hand

It has been on the bathroom mirror for as long as I can remember — as far back as when I used to stand on the toilet seat to watch my father shave. Read more.

Saint Joseph Lends a Hand

It has been on the bathroom mirror for as long as I can remember — as far back as when I used to stand on the toilet seat to watch my father shave.

Spiritually Building Roman in a Day

His first tactic to help gain eternal salvation for his dying brother was the most obvious one.

Mercy on the War Front

They serve as wake-up calls in more ways than one.

I Have a Game Plan

"Behold this heart which loves so much yet is loved so little." These are the words Jesus spoke to Margaret Mary Alacoque. They speak to me now, too.

From the Epicenter of Hip-Hop

This wasn't the plan at all, the subject matter of these rhymes cast forth from a rooftop above the roughened streets of the Bronx.

Meet Tammy Vo

Tammy is one of the Vietnamese boat people, the wave of refugees who fled Vietnam in the wake of the Communist takeover in 1975.

'She Transformed Her Grief into Acts of Love'

We hereby announce the winners of our Works of Mercy Contest!

Pilgrims on the Way

They live in Illinois. They love their Catholic faith. And they need your help.

You are Called to Serve

January 27 is the feast day of Blessed George Matulaitis. Here is the challenge he set for all of us.

A Mother's Embrace

We had nothing. In fact, we were in debt to the tune of about $15,000.

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