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April 9, 2024

Heading to the National Eucharistic Congress in July? Here’s what to expect

The tens of thousands of Catholics planning to attend the five-day 10th National Eucharistic Congress in Indianapolis in July will experience large-scale Liturgies, dynamic speakers and opportunities for quiet prayer and faith-sharing, with six different “impact session” tracks tailored to their peer groups or faith journey.

April 9, 2024

More than just a job: Guiding youth to spiritual growth with compassionate leadership

For Suzette Morin, a catechetical leader with her parish youth group at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, her main priority is to create spiritual-growth opportunities for the youth to encounter the love and mercy of Jesus up close and on a deeply personal level.

April 9, 2024

‘We have hope,’ say advocates at El Paso march and vigil for migrants’ dignity

On the evening of March 21, hundreds of people joined the peaceful demonstration “Be Not Afraid: March and Vigil for Human Dignity,” organized by the Diocese of El Paso, Texas, along with migrant-supporting organizations such as Hope Border Institute and religious and community leaders from areas along the U.S.-Mexico border.

April 9, 2024

ROMERO: ¡Resucitó! He is Risen!

Using my voice and playing an instrument allows me to be a protagonist in the celebration; in short, all my senses are alert to my own encounter with the risen Christ.

April 9, 2024

GARZA: Showing the mercy of God to incarcerated youth

Helping youth identify blessings in their confined lives and trust in the arrival of the light after their darkness.

April 9, 2024

KIERNAN: The underutilized gift of mystagogy

What is mystagogy and how can we embrace it during Easter and beyond?

April 9, 2024

DAVILA: The Eucharist and the young Church

During the Eucharistic Revival, can we inspire young people to look to the Eucharist? Here's how.

March 26, 2024

Catholics enter the most sacred of seasons at Holy Week and Easter

As Lent ends, the Church locally and around the world begins its most sacred time of Holy Week from the celebration of Palm Sunday March 24 this year through Easter Sunday March 31.

March 26, 2024

A spiritual guide to Holy Week

Holy Week begins with Palm Sunday and ends at sundown on Easter Sunday. Our remembrance of the events surrounding the death and resurrection of Jesus makes Holy Week the most sacred time of the year for Catholics.

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