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7 Royals who chose the Catholic faith over their royal status

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Organizers are bringing their business savvy and experience to the field of parish transformation.

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Three important graces shaped the recent Magnificat Day of Thanksgiving in Brooklyn.

In the midst of life, and so much death, yet we’re anything but helpless

So much suffering and neediness around us can feel overwhelming. How much faith do we have in the works of mercy? And in prayer?

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Walking through the Holy Doors in the Year of Mercy has inspired an ongoing journey.

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