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'This is not a bluff'

In his recent national televised address to the Russian people, President Putin said, "In the event of a threat to the territorial integrity of our country and to defend Russia and our people, we will certainly make use of all weapon systems available to us. This is not a bluff."

Would you give your talents to follow the Twelve?

Starting this October, Catholic Online School is honoring the 12 Apostle Heroes who gave everything they had to follow Jesus. Like the Apostles, we are called to follow Jesus. But what does that really mean? How can we follow Jesus in our ordinary lives? It is both easier and harder than people think.

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The Cross is 'a sign of hope that does not disappoint'

Reflecting on his recent trip to Kazakhstan, Pope Francis on Wednesday said that offering Mass for the feast of the Holy Cross surrounded by the capital city of Nur-Sultan's "ultra-modern architecture" led him to think about the meaning of the cross today.

How did the California Missions support themselves?

The California Missions were 21 churches established by the Franciscan order in what was called "Alta California" between 1769 and 1833. Their purpose was to evangelize the Indigenous people and serve as outposts at the distant edge of the Spanish Empire. However, so far from Spain, these missions had to be self-sufficient. How did they do it?

5 Biblical Warnings We All Must Heed

A warning is put in place to alert a person of any possible or impending danger or negative circumstances. A warning can be seen as cautionary advice, and advance notice of something that is coming. However you look at it, warnings are usually important signs to pay attention to.

St. Januarius' Blood Liquefies on Feast Day

The blood of Saint Januarius liquefied on Monday at a Mass in Naples, where the archbishop sharply condemned the city's "cancerous mafia culture."

At a parish event, my son couldn't count back change. That's when my eyes were opened...

At a recent parish event, I realized my son couldn't count back change. He goes to one of the better public schools in the area. When our parish held a fundraiser event, he was trusted with handling change, and while he managed well enough, he did it all the hard way. This isn't the only problem I've had. He's a good kid, but recently we've had uncomfortable discussions about things like race issues, gender, and even American history. I discovered he hasn't learned all his times tables and ...

Pray for Catholic Online School

We are asking for your prayers and support during this critical time. As Catholic Online School prepares to break a major barrier, we are asking for your prayerful support. Check out what is about to happen!

No back to school fun for child laborers

It's that special time of the year for kids in many countries as they start heading back to school. And for those who have discovered the fun of learning, school is an adventure!