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El Paso community rallies to attend funeral of shooting victim

Victim's husband with no family reaches out to strangers to attend his wife's prayer service.

The hospital boat ‘Pope Francis’ will meet medical and religious needs in the Amazon

The floating hospital will serve 11 communities, roughly 700,000 people.

Atlanta church leads action on Pope Francis’ environmental edict

The pope's call to protect the environment, Laudato Si', has touched Protestants as well as Catholics.

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The epidemic of loneliness is expected to rise in the next decade.

Craving community? Let St. Lydia be your guide

St. Lydia inspires us to practice “casual hospitality.”

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There are 4 major benefits that practicing your faith provides -- and studies that back them up.

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If you know a place full of compassion and kindness, it could be worthy of this title.

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Turns out that good fences -- both literal and metaphorical -- really do make good neighbors.

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This new trend offers older people a chance to see their later years as an exciting time of life.

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