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Priesthood

Parish priest personally pays the bills of 200 redundant coal miners

Fr. Jim Sichko from Lexington really practices what he preaches!

A priest explains celibacy

Friendship and love are of the very essence of the priesthood.

Italian priest concelebrates his 100th birthday Mass with his 4 sons, also priests

A spiritual son of Padre Pio, Fr. Vaccarini hasn't wasted a minute of his century-long life.

What is a seminary and who goes there?

It is surprisingly not a "priest factory," and has evolved over the years to become a center for spiritual formation.

26-year-old twins ordained to the priesthood side by side on the same day

Their decision was "personal, autonomous, and free," but it led to the same path.

Perpetual vows and ordination in the oncology ward

From Warsaw: Newly ordained Father Michał Łos got a special dispensation from the pope. Let's pray for him!

Bishop Robert Evans’ inspiring reflection on what it means to be a priest

We share in the Great Commission to give to simple folk what no government or university or business can give, but only a priest can give: Jesus Christ and his bride, the Church.

Friars in Boston come together to bury abandoned baby

The poignant ceremony demonstrates the value of each and every life.

This WWI Jesuit hero gave his life in reparation for the sins of priests

I believe that Our Lord is asking for victims who are willing to suffer much in reparation for sins, especially those of priests.

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