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Living Christmas as a Family

Column by Andre McCarville We often get upset about people saying "Happy Holidays" instead of "Merry Christmas." We want the world to recognize what it...

Priests and Religious Help Catholic High School Students Respond to God’s Call

By Tony DeGol Proclaim! The sounds were as harmonious as any from the great parish musicians throughout the diocese, but the gathering was anything but a...

Virtual SHYCON Reminds Teens They Belong to God

By Tony DeGol Proclaim! Michaela Etters, Macyn Behe, and Emma McCloskey are getting ready for a milestone in their Catholic faith journey. The three members of Saint...

You Can Go Home Again!

Column by Jonathan Nagy “...this brother of yours was dead and has begun to live, and was lost and has been found.” – Luke 15:32 One...

Virtual SHYCON Aims to Help Youth Realize They Are Not Alone

By Francine Swope Diocesan Coordinator of Youth Ministry and Religious Education Throughout the pandemic, many of us felt loneliness, isolation, and distancing from all of the...

Work for Good

Column by Jonathan Nagy We know that all things work for good for those who love God, who are called according to his purpose. –...

Modern Messengers of God

Column by Jonathan Nagy Saint Thomas Aquinas was perhaps the most prolific theologian in Catholic Church history. His Disputed Questions on Truth, Summa contra Gentiles,...

A Perspective on Natural Family Planning

Column by Carrie Chuff Natural Family Planning is a very personal topic, although some people are more comfortable talking about it nowadays. But why bother...

Becoming “Living Stones”

Column by Justin Kirkland Known for its valiant warriors and the strength of its military, the ancient city of Sparta continues to hold mythological status...

Following in the Footsteps

Column by Jonathan Nagy “It’s amazing how someone you’ve never met before can have such an impact on your life.” – Anonymous There are many quotes...
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