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Pro-life witness is rooted in the Eucharist, Archbishop Lori says

Friday, Feb. 05, 2021
“The Eucharist unites and strengthens us in our efforts to secure justice for the unborn, and to create a culture wherein every human life is cherished, nurtured and protected from the moment of conception until natural death,” said Archbishop Lori, chairman-elect of the U.S. bishops’ Committee on Pro-Life Activities. >>>

National March for Life is small, but group's 'message of solidarity' with unborn strong as ever

Friday, Feb. 05, 2021
A little over 200 people, tightly flanked by members of the Knights of Columbus, endured subfreezing temperatures and wind as they sang hymns and trudged a zigzag route with Jeanne Mancini, president of the March for Life Education and Defense Fund, from the Museum of the Bible to the Supreme Court Jan. 29. >>>

As COVID-19 deaths increase, Mexican bishops announce focus on prevention

Friday, Feb. 05, 2021
The Mexican bishops’ conference announced a month focused on health issues – such as mask use, social distancing and other measures – to reinforce the basics of staying safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. The campaign also will promote vaccinations against the coronavirus and urge people to wait their turn so health workers and vulnerable populations can be protected first. >>>

Pope Francis: Violence against women displays cowardice, degrades all of humanity

Friday, Feb. 05, 2021
Pope Francis: “We must not look the other way. Let us pray for women who are victims of violence, that they may be protected by society and have their sufferings considered and heeded by all.” >>>

Bishop Solis's message for World Day of the Sick

Friday, Feb. 05, 2021
The 29th World Day of the Sick will be celebrated on Feb. 11. It is a feast day of the Roman Catholic Church that was instituted by Pope John Paul II on May 13, 1992. Beginning in 1993, this feast has been observed yearly on the commemoration of Our Lady of Lourdes, which is Feb. 11. It is intended to be a special time for all believers to offer prayers for those who are afflicted by illness, and to share one’s suffering for the good of the Church, as well as to remind us to see in our sick brothers and sisters the face of Christ. >>>

Mensaje del Obispo Solis sobre la Jornada Mundial del Enfermo

Friday, Feb. 05, 2021
La 29ava Jornada Mundial del Enfermo será celebrada el 11 de febrero. Este es un día de la Iglesia Católica Romana el cual fue instituido por el Papa Juan Pablo II el 13 de mayo de 1992. A principios de 1993, esta festividad ha sido observada cada año en la conmemoración de Nuestra Señora de Lourdes, la cual es celebrada el 11 de febrero. >>>

Marcha/Desfile pro Vida

Friday, Feb. 05, 2021
Marcha/Desfile pro Vida >>>

Fe se ha fortalecido en Estados Unidos en medio del COVID-19, según encuesta

Friday, Feb. 05, 2021
Según una nueva encuesta del Centro de Investigación Pew, más estadounidenses dicen que la pandemia del coronavirus ha fortalecido su fe religiosa comparado con otras 13 naciones que tienen lo que Pew llama “economías avanzadas”.
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Amid the World's Suffering and Inequality, I Can't Sleep

Friday, Feb. 05, 2021
As I write, it is 3 o’clock in the morning and I can’t sleep.
I can’t sleep because right now I am in my nice warm home while someone else is asleep under a tarp on a street or in a parking lot or under an overpass within no more than a mile or two of me.
I can’t sleep because just 20 minutes away, hundreds of people are sleeping in cement cells because we have decided as a civilized nation that one’s debt to society for bad acts is paid through punishment rather than reconciliation. >>>

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Friday, Feb. 05, 2021
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