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  • Proving to be Pro-Family
    Proving to be Pro-Family
    Many of those who oppose pro-life policies will accuse pro-life supporters of being “hypocrites” on the issue. The argument goes that pro-lifers are supposedly totally supportive of helping the unborn baby and his/her mother, until the...
  • Its been a while but Eucharistic procession's back in style
    Its been a while but Eucharistic procession's back in style
    It should come as no surprise that medieval Catholicism was quite a bit different than its modern day practice. One beloved tradition celebrated centuries ago by Catholics was the annual Eucharistic procession done during the Corpus Christi feast....
  • Introducing Father Matt
    Introducing Father Matt
    This past Saturday, May 21, 2016, was a very joyous day for Chicago Catholics. Five men were ordained as priests in the Archdiocese of Chicago. Their ages ranged from 26 to 35, their origins ranged from the north side of Chicago to Pisz, Poland....
  • Little sisters win
    Supreme Court backs Lattle Sisters against Obama
    Monday, May 16, the Supreme Court of the United States, in an unanimous decision, has decided that the Little Sisters of the Poor, an order of nuns, would not be fined for not complying with a provision of the Affordable Care Act that requires...
  • Little Sisters at Supreme Court
    Catholic and other religious groups claim win on Supreme Court Obamacare case
    The Little Sisters of the Poor are saying the U.S. Supreme Court decision to remand an Obamacare lawsuit back to lower courts is a victory for them and religious freedom. The Court is sending Zubik v. Burwell, regarding the Health and Human...
  • Chicago Archdiocese's oldest priest is called home
    Chicago Archdiocese's oldest priest is called home
    Today, it's time for a heartfelt farewell from Chicago Catholics. A priest that seemingly would live forever has indeed passed on. Monsignor Richard O'Donnell, age 106, passed away on April 11, 2016.Not surprisingly, Msgr. O'Donnell...
  • Easter Lamb of God cakes
    Easter brunch recipes: Catholic Lamb of God cakes, lamb cake dessert recipes
    As a German Catholic homeschool family, Easter for us is about the Paschal Lamb of God, and His passion, death and resurrection. The Catholic Lenten season takes Catholic faithful on a journey to the Easter Triduum and Easter Sunday. Here are...
  • Pope delivers blessing
    Pope approves use of birth control in Zika-affected countries
    Amid the spread of the Zika virus, a mosquito-borne virus that puts babies at a severe risk for serious birth defects, Pope Francis has announced that women should be able to use artificial contraception to avert pregnancies in Zika-affected...
  • Lenten craft projects: Catholic Stations of the Cross Bible Easter dioramas
    Lenten craft projects: Catholic Stations of the Cross Bible Easter dioramas
    Catholic parents, do want to make Lent more real for kids? Make Lenten craft projects and use them as devotional aides. Here are Catholic lesson plans to make Bible Easter dioramas that show the Stations of the Cross. Make these Lenten craft...
  • Free printable Stations of the Cross coloring books: Catholic Lenten devotions
    Free printable Stations of the Cross coloring books: Catholic Lenten devotions
    In the Catholic liturgical calendar, Lent begins on Ash Wednesday continues for 40 days up through Holy Week, the Easter Triduum and Easter. Catholic Christians try to imitate Jesus with prayer, fasting or sacrifice and almsgiving (charity). A...
  • CatholicVote Takes a Stand
    CatholicVote Takes a Stand
    The 2016 presidential election formally kicks off this week when the state of Iowa holds its first-in-the-nation Presidential caucus. From media reports about the electorate there, you'd assume Iowa is about 99% “Evangelical” and...
  • Cross candle holder for Lenten Bible devotional
    Catholic Easter crafts: Lenten cross candle holder, prayer Bible devotional
    Parents, are you looking for ways to make spirituality real for kids? Here are Bible devotional craft projects to use all year long, but especially during Lent. During the Lenten season, the Catholic Church follows Jesus in his suffering in the...
  • Catholic Lent crafts: Homemade Lenten tablecloth, family altar, Bible devotional
    Catholic Lent crafts: Homemade Lenten tablecloth, family altar, Bible devotional
    One area of emphasis in the Catholic Church is that the family is the nuclear church. The Church encourages homes to erect and pray at a family altar, for worship, not just at church. And parents, whether you homeschool or not, know that you are...
  • Lenten fasting: Temptation hits what you give up for Lent, sacrifice should hurt
    Lenten fasting: Temptation hits what you give up for Lent, sacrifice should hurt
    Catholic and Orthodox Christians enter the penitential season of Lent on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2016. After the Mardi Gras blow out a Catholic will give up for Lent, things that distract her from focusing on God. Sometimes what you give up for...
  • Lenten Kitchen: Vegan sushi rolls recipes for Lent, Catholic Lenten fasting
    Lenten Kitchen: Vegan sushi rolls recipes for Lent, Catholic Lenten fasting
    Soon the Catholic Church will enter a period of Lenten fasting? A strict fast would mean going vegan (meatless, eggless, dairy-free). That doesn't leave much choice, so how about some yummy meatless recipes for your Lenten fasting? Try these...
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