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Vol. 91 No. 5 June 19, 2013


Pope Francis embraces a man as he greets people who have disabilities following mass in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican June 16. The Year of Faith Mass concluded a weekend of events calling attention to care for the aged, the sick, the unborn and those with disabilities. (CNS photo/Paul Haring)

 

Diocesan News

 

‘Projet réconciliACTION’ a journey of reconciliation

Weisgerber celebrates 50th anniversary

Weisgerber receives honorary doctorate

CWL holds provincial convention

Double anniversary marks 60 years of marriage

Youth ministry builds community

St. Joseph Park blessed and dedicated

St. Boniface archdiocese celebrates

Our Lady of LaSalette begins pilgrimage season


Canadian News

Supreme Court hears arguments on prostitution laws

Quebec bill denounced as Belgium-style euthanasia

Jesuit priest decries western support for Muslim Brotherhood

CMA urges action on poverty to improve health

Sisters’ co-foundress dies


International News

 

Theologians say Pope Francis gives ‘new traction’ to Catholic teachings

‘Catholic McCarthyism’ threatens bishops’ anti-poverty push

Pope, Anglican leader meet, pledge to continue search for unity

Buoyed by a new pope, priests gather to urge church reform

Pope Francis downplays threat of Vatican scrutiny of religious orders

Pope is a ‘spiritual success’ who will emphasize change, rabbi says

Pope says false ideas of freedom spawn threats to human life

Cardinal Monsengwo sees church’s pastoral work helping stabilize Congo

 


Faith

 

In Exile

Liturgy and Life

Questioning Faith

 


Commentary and Features

 

Around the Kitchen Table

catholic dialogue

Everyday Theology

Building a Culture of Life

Mass cards are a gesture of support

Others are saying:

Francis at 100 days: ‘the world’s parish priest’

Politics and Christians in the Holy Land

The evolution of the committed life in the 21st century, part one

The evolution of the committed life in the 21st century, part two

Mother Tekla: the most powerful woman in Rome

 


Arts and Culture

 

Screenings, Readings and Meanings

CNS Movie Reviews

Foodgrains Bank documentary to air on Salt + Light

For Mother Dolores Hart, it’s time for her close-up — again

Poetry

Meditation

 

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