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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

What is an acolyte in the Catholic Church?

The ministry of acolyte is an official ministry, while the term is also used in other circumstances.

A quick guide to addressing Catholic clergy and religious

This includes how to greet and formally introduce members of the Catholic hierarchy.

Where do exorcists go to school?

How does a priest learn to cast out demons?

Who can become an exorcist?

What are the qualifications? Can a lay person train to be an exorcist?

Have you seen Sister Cristina sing Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way”?

The Ursuline sister and winner of Italy’s 'The Voice' brings her message to the US.

Exclusive photos: On guns and rosaries in New York City

When someone carrying a rosary needs the protection of someone carrying a gun.

Exclusive photos: A portrait of the Church you never see — Part 1

Take a glimpse beyond the headlines and experience the true beauty of the Faith.

Was St. Peter married when he met Jesus?

Peter's mother-in-law is recorded as being healed by Jesus himself.

Offer your day for priests with this prayer

"Give us truly holy priests, inflamed with the fire of your divine love."

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