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The vocation to holiness, is for everyone, even the disabled

'God's Wild Flowers' author Pia Matthews suggests that sanctity flowers under severe challenges.

Lifeguard put to the test on day one: Saves 4-year-old

A hero after only 20 minutes on the job...

Terrorism must change us — while there is still time

Conversion, not sentimentality or wishful thinking, is needed now

Sharing Jesus with neighbors used to be common for Catholics. Here’s how it could be again

We are not a Church in retreat. We can’t be, because we have the Eucharist.

IRS scammers need evangelizing, too!

You should never give your personal information over the phone, but there are other things you can say.

America’s opioid crisis says a lot about how we are forming our people

Perhaps teaching the classical meaning of "temperance" can help our society move away from myriad addictions.

Baby rescued from hot car by concerned shopper outside Walmart

Infant was sweating and shaking inside locked car, and owner was not around

What I saw at the Catholic Prayer Breakfast gives me hope for this country

Vice President Pence and others reminded us that a common love of God can bring us together.

Kathy Griffin and the vanishing of argument

Bishop Robert Barron putting the Griffin photo-op and apology into a broader cultural context

How two monks from France are helping to bridge the racial divide in St. Louis

Memorial Day "pilgrimage of trust" goes deeper than laws, systems.