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Cardinal Sarah: “Fear is the greatest weakness of the Church today”

In an interview with Aleteia, the prelate says the crisis of the world should not be seen without hope

How observing Lent helped my family after we narrowly escaped a car fire

I'd seen the Hollywood version of cars exploding, but I knew this was not theatrics.

Blaise Pascal and one reason for believing

Originator of the Wager, French mathematician recognized there's more to faith than logic.

What will happen to the planet at the end of the world?

We can expect an end-of-time house cleaning.

Crowds of faithful flock to frozen Lake Michigan for rare glimpse of underwater crucifix

One of the few crucifixes recorded to be under a fresh water source rests as a monument to fallen divers.

Do Catholics believe in predestination? The answer might surprise you

Here we are before one of the deepest mysteries in the Christian faith.

4 Ways to be a great godparent

This special mission centers on one key thing, no matter how much time or attention you are able to give to your godchildren.

Andrea Bocelli: “In my case, not having faith would mean living in despair”

After a period of agnosticism in his youth, he recognized God's hand in his life.

Exclusive photos: A portrait of the Church you never see — Part 1

Take a glimpse beyond the headlines and experience the true beauty of the Faith.

Exclusive photos: The hope of the world

What 104 years of unbroken Perpetual Adoration reveals.

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