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Pro-life movement is growing, inspiring ‘a rising generation,’ says Pence

The pro-life movement has touched hearts, changed lives and saved lives in the 46 years since the Supreme Court handed down its Roe decision legalizing abortion on demand, Vice President Mike Pence told the 37th annual Rose Dinner in Washington Jan. 18.

Church, community members praise God for Wisconsin teen’s safe return

Faith runs deep in Barron County. The story of Jayme Closs's abduction and escape is one of hope and courage, but it is also a story of faith, prayer and triumph over evil.

After initial outrage, claims of racism, clearer details of exchange emerge

An exchange between Catholic high school students and a Native American tribal leader in Washington Jan. 18 was vilified on social media the following day, but the immediate accusations the students showed racist behavior have been stepped back as more details of the entire situation have emerged.

At rally Catholic youth, young adults from near and far stand up for life

Discovering who had traveled the farthest to be at the Archdiocese of Washington's annual Youth Rally before its Mass for Life quickly became apparent by scanning the crowd of young people near the stage at the Capital One Arena.

Rev. King called ‘artisan of peace’ and ‘true witness to power of Gospel’

Societies today need "artisans of peace," like the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., "who can be messengers and authentic witnesses of God the Father, who wills the good and the happiness of the human family," said the president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

Crowd comes to march for different reasons but same message: Defend life

The ritual sights of the annual March for Life never seem to change.

Pope says it’s ‘grave sin’ to deny God has blessed other Christians

Just as divisions in society grow when wealth is not shared, divisions within Christianity grow when the richness of gifts God has given to one Christian church or community are not recognized and shared, Pope Francis said.

New office for linking Latino families to Catholic schools launches on Lake Street

In 2017, Lorena Trejo heard a radio spot pitching Catholic schools on a secular Spanish radio station. It piqued her interest, and she reached to out the source, the Catholic Schools Center for Excellence, which focuses on Catholic elementary school excellence and advancement in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Now her two children attend St. John the Baptist in Savage.

Local pilgrims eager for World Youth Day in Panama

World Youth Day in January works well for University of St. Thomas students Katie Duncan and Leo Kaardal.

Seeking Christ’s face: Some believe hilltop shrine holds true relic

At the Shrine of the Holy Face in Manoppello, visitors see a transparent cloth encased between two glass panes within an ornate silver frame above the sanctuary's altar.