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Lord, Give Me Strength: A prayer for those in need of hope

As many of us are approaching the one-year anniversary of the first recorded COVID case in our country and the subsequent quarantines and lockdowns, we might find we are in need of strength and the will to continue on with this new "norm."

Celebrate Sunday Mass - 1.24.21

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What will Ash Wednesday look like during Coronavirus Pandemic?

With the global pandemic still in full swing and no end in sight, many are wondering how this may affect Ash Wednesday.

Sunday School with Ms. Marieann is here!

Sunday school is here! Join Ms. Marieann each Sunday at 11 AM Pacific time. Here's how!

'I Have A Dream': Martin Luther King's powerful words still relevant today

One of Martin Luther King Jr.'s most recognized addresses is his "I Have a Dream" speech. Pope Francis assures that MLK's dream of "harmony and equality for all people," is still very relevant today, over 50 years later.

Celebrate Sunday Mass - 1.17.21

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Why is America tearing itself apart? The Bible has an answer.

The Old Testament contains histories of ancient Israel. At those moments when Israel forgot its covenant with the Lord, and its people became wicked, God sent prophets to warn them. They did not always listen, and the results were much like we see in America today.

National Human Trafficking Awareness Day: Catholic Leaders speak out on shocking reality behind Human Trafficking

Catholic Online School offers an educational course on Human Trafficking for FREE.

Celebrate Sunday Mass - The Baptism of the Lord Jesus in the Jordan - 1.10.21

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U.S. Catholic Bishops demand peace after protests and riot disrupt the Capitol

Catholic bishops strongly condemned pro-Donald Trump protesters' incursion that penetrated the Capitol Building Wednesday as Congress debated the certification of the presidential election results, leading to the evacuation of lawmakers and the deadly shooting of one protester by law enforcement.