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Priesthood

The photographer priests

Photo of the Day: March 3, 2018

Pope spends an hour in the confessional for priests of his diocese

Encourages the clergy of Rome to seek spiritual direction

Claiming my feminine priesthood started early

My mother wasn't sure if I was doing something sinful, but she told me to cut it out, anyway, because “girls can’t be priests.”

“Let’s get ready to rumble!”

Photo of the Day: December 5, 2017

Ordinations in South Korea

Photo of the Day: November 13, 2017

Heroes of the cloth: Marveling at the stuff our priests are made of

Catholic priests are human and fallible, like everyone. But sometimes they're outright heroes.

Monsignor Hugh O’Flaherty: Rescuer of Jews, Allies, and … Nazis?

This Irish priest with a love for golf became a vital part of the Rome Escape Line in WWII. Gregory Peck played him in 'The Scarlet and the Black.'

The blueblood Catholic priest who cried heresy: “Racism is a God-damned thing!”

Fr. John Markoe's life reads like fiction, and his passion was all about seeking justice for Black Americans.

How to tell the difference between a monsignor, a bishop and a cardinal

When all three wear the cassock, things can get confusing.

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