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May 24, 2022

Catholic Chaplain Corps helps bring Jesus’ presence to 100,000-plus

Through the efforts of trained clergy and laity, the ministry of the Archdiocese that is a source of hope and consolation for the infirmed, imprisoned, aged and dying is the Catholic Chaplain Corps (CCC).

May 24, 2022

More than 970 graduate at UST commencement celebrations

UST’s 75th anniversary gala raises a record $2.4 million to support tuition assistance, programs

May 24, 2022

Vatican: Pope to visit Indigenous in Canada in late July

Pope Francis will meet members of Canada’s Indigenous communities in late July. Here's why.

May 24, 2022

Eucharistic preachers seek to inspire the faithful to encounter Jesus

Priests soon will be fanning out to dioceses across the country to inspire deeper reflection on the gift of the Eucharist to the Church.

May 24, 2022

ERICKSON: May is the month for Marian consecrations

Now that we’re in May, we should remember that it’s Mary’s month. This month is a special opportunity to make a consecration to her most Immaculate Heart.

May 24, 2022

NGUYEN: Savoring the Easter joy

While people around the world, even non-Christians, enjoy celebrating the festivities of Easter, Catholics solemnly and festively observe it as the most important feast in the liturgical calendar.

May 24, 2022

CIESIELSKI: Pope Francis and the blessings of old age

Let us consider how we can begin to refresh our parish communities by combining the enthusiasm and creativity of youth with the wisdom and encouragement of our older adults.

May 24, 2022

REGIS: Lay consecrated women giving their lives to God

25 years since my lay consecration, Joelma Regis still gets confused reactions from Catholics when she says that she is a lay consecrated woman. In her words, here's what it means.

May 24, 2022

Three take next step towards the priesthood

Deacons Matthew Krusleski, Zachary Muldrow and J Serrato ordained to the transitional diaconate May 14

May 24, 2022

May crownings draw eyes, hearts to the Blessed Mother

Parishes and Catholic schools around the Archdiocese, small communities held special May crowning devotions, carrying forward a long-standing tradition where a statue of the Blessed Mother is crowned with flowers.

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