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Priesthood

Pope lists 4 “closenesses” bishops and priests need

Francis asks the faithful to pray for their pastors!

She kept the baby she conceived when raped and today he’s a priest who defends life

Fr. Alfar Antonio Vélez is grateful that his mother refused an abortion.

At 83 years old, he was ordained to the priesthood by his own son

Vicente Melillo and his family have a beautiful story ...

At 98, this Brazilian Capuchin has become a sensation on social media

The oldest Capuchin friar in Brazil is still actively inspiring people around the world.

Priest competes on Food Network’s ‘Worst Cooks in America’

Father Adam Young lives on a prayer in the kitchen.

Why are Catholic priests called “Reverend”?

In English the official title of a priest remains "Reverend" and has been so for hundreds of years.

Pope Francis writes letter to priests on this feast of John Vianney, their patron

in more than a few places, our priests feel themselves attacked and blamed for crimes they did not commit ...

This short video of Bishop Barron ordaining 6 Dominicans will give you chills

"These priests are also the first group of men that I have ever ordained ..."

First blind man ordained to the priesthood in Portugal celebrates Mass in Fatima

He wants to dedicate his priesthood to Mary to be more closely united to Jesus.

Parish priest personally pays the bills of 200 redundant coal miners

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

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