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A Lesson in Trust

Even if I went to my room and sat in what I call my "prayer chair," my mind was on every sound emanating from the rest of the house. Read more.

A Lesson in Trust

Even if I went to my room and sat in what I call my "prayer chair," my mind was on every sound emanating from the rest of the house.

It's Good News. Pass it On!

We are all called to evangelize, to have that same zeal for the salvation of souls.

He Had Everything — but God

Who wants to be a millionaire? Lance Mudd did.

It Took John Paul II to Clinch the Deal

Do you believe in miracles? You may want to read this one.

How I Found Divine Mercy Again

OK, so my mother was right.

Think Globally, Pray Locally

Pray for priests! They pray for you. For the third year in a row, the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy participated the Global Rosary Relay for Priests.

Ed Gordon's Long Journey Back

My parents dragged me to church. I didn't want to be there, and as soon as I moved out of the house, church attendance would not be on my priority list.

Martyrs for Christ, Purity

As Christian history attests again and again, when the faithful say "no" to kings, quite often martyrs are made.

A Willing Servant, Mile by Mile

She was praying to the Lord when she suddenly realized why things were so calm: She was walking within the eye of the storm.

Memorial Day, 2015: When Push Comes to Shove

When a push comes to a shove, children get sent to the principal's office. For nations, when a push comes to a shove, graveyards become crowded.

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