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Vol. 91 No. 31 January 29, 2014


DIVINE PRESENCE . . . can be found, even in January.

(Photo by Maureen Weber)


Diocesan News

Bishop Bolen preaches at Alliance Church

De Margerie speaks at opening celebration of Week of Prayer

Workshop held in advance of Week of Prayer

Schools called to be centres of evangelization

Canadian News

Collins takes on role in Vatican Bank oversight

CCCB president reflects on recent visit to Holy Land

Gambling-addicted priest pleads guilty

International News


Divisions among Christians are ‘a scandal,’ pope says at audience

Church entering ‘new era’ under Pope Francis, top papal adviser says

Animal rights activists push Vatican not to release doves ‘to certain death’




In Exile

Liturgy and Life

Questioning Faith

Faith Matters


Commentary and Features


Around the Kitchen Table

A Pilgrim's Progress

Pulpit & Politics

With Bote, Benedictines begin journalism career

Canon Law Today

Building the Future

Catholic Connections

Soul Mending

Welcoming parish gets new associate member

From other sources:

Chicago documents: Archdiocese sought early release of abusive priest

Legion’s record calls for criminal investigation

Truth and truthiness

From piety to politics: the evolution of an American sister

I soap and pray

The Catholic case for contraception coverage


Arts and Culture


Screenings and Meanings

CNS Movie Reviews


Lyrics and Life



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