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Author: Nicholle Check

Visitors at the Vatican can view the remains of a simple wooden chair associated with Saint Peter that is kept above the main altar at Saint Peter’s Basilica. But when […]
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Saint Valentine is not officially honored on the Church’s liturgical calendar. Still, this third-century saint is well-celebrated every February 14. Saint Valentine’s Day is rooted in an act of disobedience. […]
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Some of the things most admired about Pope (now Saint) John Paul II was how he lived with Parkinson’s Disease and how he related both with others who faced serious […]
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The Church celebrates the life of Saint Josephine Bakhita on February 8. Saint Josephine was kidnapped as a child and sold into slavery in Sudan and Italy. She has become […]
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While adults may moan at the news of a snowy forecast, most little ones rejoice at the sight of falling flakes. When we teach young children about prayer, it may […]
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Students, teachers, and families will participate in Masses, assemblies, and other special activities during Celebrate Catholic Schools Week, January 26–February 1. The theme again this year is Catholic Schools: Learn. […]
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Every week, the editors of the Pflaum Gospel Weeklies provide insights, planning tips, and other helpful nuggets of information related to a specific lesson. These previously recorded webinars—no longer than […]
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Para la versión en inglés, haga clic aquí. En el Evangelio de este domingo, Juan el Bautista ve a Jesús venir hacia él y proclama: “Éste es el Cordero de […]
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Para la versión en español, haga clic aquí. In this Sunday’s Gospel, John the Baptist sees Jesus coming toward him and proclaims: “Behold, the Lamb of God, who takes away […]
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Have you resolved to bring families resources for prayer and Scripture study in the new year? Family catechesis programs gather children and parents to celebrate a common Gospel message. The Gospel […]
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