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Why do Catholics call God “Father”?

While God is called many other names, "Father" is one that stands the test of time.

Sweden’s Billy Graham explains how he and his wife became Catholic

Living in Jerusalem was the experience that opened Ulf and Birgitta Ekman up to conversion.

The Sé Cathedral in Goa will make you want to go on a pilgrimage to India

One of the largest churches in Asia, the Sé Cathedral has served the people of Goa since the 17th century.

Eastern Catholic spirituality featured in free online courses

Live webinars bring viewers insights into traditions from the East.

How Stalin’s daughter became a Catholic

The spiritual journey of Svetlana Alliluyeva.

New shrine in New Mexico will be a spiritual destination featuring Native American saint

Indigenous community grappling with poverty and other social problems, but will have heavenly assistance along with material help.

What is apologetics in the Catholic Church?

The study of apologetics is a broad spectrum that takes a person into the depths of Catholic teaching.

Are there different types of Catholicism?

The Catholic Church has 24 particular "types" or "branches" that have roots in 3 ancient Christian communities.

If religious orders were sandwiches

Our favorite portable finger food might explain religious orders and congregations better than most textbooks.

Bishop Barron offers free online course on evangelization

Word on Fire offers course to help combat rise of "nones" in American society.

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