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Junior High Students Encouraged to “Build Up the Kingdom of God”

By Tony DeGol Proclaim! An ice cold Pepsi can be refreshing, but there is something even better to quench your ultimate thirst. “Do you want to live...

What is the Good News?

Column by Justin Kirkland As the Easter season approaches and the 40 day penance of stifling our Hallelujahs at Mass ends, the language of “Spreading...

You Make a Difference to Him

Column by Jonathan Nagy “Some teachers taught the curriculum today. Other teachers taught students. And there is a big difference.”  –Anonymous When I think back nearly...

Virtual Faith Sharing Combats Pandemic Isolation for Local Catholics

By Tony DeGol Proclaim! When Mary Jo McConnell came to the realization that the pandemic was taking a toll on her faith life, she decided to...

Preparing for Lent: Frequently Asked Questions

Why do we say that there are forty days of Lent? When you count all the days from Ash Wednesday through Holy Saturday, there...

So Help Me God

Column by Jonathan Nagy In the long, great history of the United States, most presidents have been sworn into their positions with their right hands...

COMMENTARY: Vaccines Are Safe

Commentary by Monsignor Renzo Pegoraro People can be confident that the approved COVID-19 vaccines are safe and ethical and that receiving the vaccine is an...

An Educational Journey Through the Faith

Column by Jonathan Nagy The German poet Charles Bukowski once rhetorically asked the question, “Can you remember who you were before the world told you...

A Call to Be “Fishers of Men”

A Message from Father Peter Crowe Diocesan Director of Vocations In the Gospel of Mark, we hear about the calling of the first Apostles: Simon, Andrew,...

Why ‘Roe’ Must Go…

Column by Bonnie Finnerty It’s been almost a half century, yet two Supreme Court decisions still divide our nation. In 1973, Roe v. Wade and...
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