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Bishop Barron on “Accompaniment” and the exhaustion of “beige Catholicism”

Many have left the church they do not understand, but they're finding that confused, erratic, and fickle secularism leaves them empty.

Boy creates his own prosthetic arm… out of Legos

An 18-year-old from Andorra turns his handicap into a work of genius.

Every year, this paralyzed diver takes one jump off the diving board

Cliff Devries doesn't let his paralysis keep him away from what he loves.

Young cancer survivors are being emotionally healed by the wind and waves

The Ellen MacArthur Trust is allowing young people to conquer their insecurities after their ordeals with cancer.

How Rosa Parks’ “no” changed the USA forever

Her two-letter word changed the history of the United States, on a day like today 62 years ago.

Christ’s latest disguise: A poncho and an umbrella

How my encounter with an extraordinary stranger taught me about Christ's love and humility in a completely unexpected way.

The dad who saved 30 people in the Las Vegas shootings

Jonathan Smith even took a bullet in the neck -- but still doesn't consider himself a hero.

4 Remarkable women who each won a Nobel Peace Prize

They've helped change the world, but you've probably never heard of them.

You’ll be moved watching this teacher help his disabled student dance (VIDEO)

This gym teacher is an example of someone who puts his heart into his work, going above and beyond to educate our children.

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