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April 11, 2023

Digital age continues to provide ways to share God’s boundless love with others

As the digital communications age continues to bring forth both challenges and opportunities to connect with others and minister to their needs as a local and global Church, inspiring words from the Holy Father close to a decade ago still ring true.

April 11, 2023

For IWA students on Spring Break, the mission is ‘service’

Over Spring Break, 10 students at Incarnate Word Academy (IWA) went on a mission trip to the Dominican Republic.

April 11, 2023

Restoring dignity with a shower: Mobile shower ministry offers 5,000th shower

On March 29, Moving Waters, a Houston-area-based ministry focused on “restoring dignity one shower at a time,” provided its 5,000th shower to an unhoused person wanting to relieve immediate suffering through better hygiene.

April 11, 2023

Uvalde’s long road to recovery from mass shooting may offer some insights for Nashville community

Lessons from the Uvalde school shooting that claimed the lives of 19 children and two teachers may help a Nashville community reeling from its own devastating school shooting in March, according to the Catholic Extension.

April 11, 2023

BRILL: New Order of Penance shows God’s divine mercy

As we approach Divine Mercy Sunday on April 16, the new Order of Penance will go into effect, replacing the version that has been in use since 1973.

April 11, 2023

TRAN: A fresh batch of dough

Around this time each year in campus ministry, there is much to celebrate and praise God for his blessings. Easter has come (Alleluia!), graduation season approaches, and we begin to wrap up the academic year full of God’s abundant graces.

April 11, 2023

NORTON: The Earth He has given to the sons of mankind

To care for the Earth is deeply rooted in our Catholic beliefs.

April 11, 2023

NGO: What if Mary Magdalene did not turn around?

God’s presence in our lives is often hidden. Amid the trials, misunderstandings and ambiguities of daily living, God is there. Are we willing to let go of the past to live fully in the present?

April 11, 2023

HERRERA: Cristo ha resucitado

Si Cristo no hubiese resucitado, el cristianismo no tendría sentido. En el Credo repetimos estas palabras “y resucito al tercer día, según las escrituras”, y es precisamente lo que estamos celebrando, la Resurrección de Jesus.

April 3, 2023

Embracing Holy Week: Meditations, Guides and More

A selection of digital resources to help faithful for Holy Week.

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