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Devotions and Feasts

Our collection of articles on the many different expressions of love and fidelity that arise from the intersection of one's own faith, culture, and the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Let us stand beside Our Lady of Sorrows, weeping and waiting

She didn’t feel useless. She knew that her presence mattered, her prayer mattered.

“Interactive” Padre Pio statue to grace New York’s St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral

Blessing of the "I Absolve You" sculpture will precede the September 22 veneration of St. Pio’s relics at church.

Here’s how to dispose of an old Bible

Throwing the Bible in the garbage simply doesn't feel right.

Here are the sacred places you can pray to St. Michael, enemy of Satan

As we pray, "... be our defense against the wickedness and snares of the Devil."

This church remains open in “ghost town” destroyed by 56-year-old mine fire

Annual pilgrimage to Pennsylvania church highlights parishioners' steadfastness in face of loss.

The Assumption helps us understand what we are as humans, suggests Pope Francis

And it points to a pivotal aspect of our Christian faith, that the Greeks hadn't understood

Exclusive photos: A pilgrimage to Ireland’s miraculous Ladywell Shrine

On the Feast of the Assumption, hundreds of faithful journey to the site of the Rising of the Waters.

Why the Assumption made perfect sense to Newman, and what it meant for him

The great convert to the faith understood how it could be that Mary is so powerful ... and so beloved.

Why the Assumption makes the “holy day” cut

This earthly pilgrimage is all worth it, and Mary shows us why.

The Holy Stairs that Jesus climbed to reopen in a year

St. Helena is said to have brought them to Rome from Pilate's palace in Jerusalem.

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