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Exclusive Photos: Bringing the fire of hope to New York City

See a small community in the South Bronx epic witness of faith

Exclusive Photos: Easter Sunday in the Big Apple

The scene as tens of thousands crowd around St. Patrick’s Cathedral to celebrate Easter

Homily from Vatican’s Good Friday Celebration of the Passion

Father Cantalamessa preaches at service led by Pope Francis

Pray the Way of the Cross that Pope Francis prays today

The text is written by a nun who has given her life to saving victims of human trafficking

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A rare peek at the celebration of the Mass of the Lord's Supper at the Friary where the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal began

Bishop Barron: Pain is not metaphysically basic

Once we understand that God’s love is more powerful than suffering, we have lost, at least in principle, the motivation to sin.

Pope washes prisoners’ feet, encourages them to be brothers in service

For fifth year, Bishop of Rome celebrates Holy Thursday Mass in a prison

5 Tips for Good Friday from Catholics who live their faith amid persecution

Religious freedom was gained immigrating to America, but the intensity of devotion was somewhat lost.

3 Mental health benefits of fasting, according to Thomas Aquinas

Research has shown there are great physical benefits to going without food, but the practice also does a lot more for us.

How the “Seven Falls of Christ” devotion helped develop the Stations of the Cross

Before there were 14 stations, there were the "Seven Falls of Christ."

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