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The high school graduate who built a school for the deaf in East Africa

Rannah Evetts just answered the call and got on the plane -- the rest was grace upon grace! 

Exclusive photos: The hope of the world

What 104 years of unbroken Perpetual Adoration reveals.

After an abusive marriage, Rose Hawthorne consecrated her life to cancer patients

Eventually becoming Sister Mary Alphonsa, this courageous woman became a nurse at 45 years old.

What does “poor in spirit” mean?

The first beatitude, “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven,” can be a tough one to understand.

Did God send a friendly bear to protect this young boy lost in the woods?

The sheriff can't swear there was a bear there, but he's sure God was protecting Casey.

Students help WWII veterans return to France to commemorate D-Day

These young people sacrificed their time to assist vets who were willing to give up everything.

What one woman did to keep the homeless safe when then polar vortex arrived in Chicago

Candice Payne went to great lengths to make sure more than 70 people didn't freeze to death.

Why Neal Mcdonough’s strong faith has cost him some leading roles

The actor misses out on parts because of two simple rules he lives by.

Meet the ultimate birthday planner who’s organized over 7,000 birthdays for homeless kids

Here's what happens when one mom is determined to make every child feel some birthday joy.

Bailey refused to die until he could embrace his newborn sister

His dying promise? To watch over her from heaven.

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