March 2, 2017  |  
3-3-17 PUZZLE ANSWERS
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March 2, 2017  |  
COLORADO SPRINGS. The Lenten regulation to forego eating meat on Fridays challenges Catholics to eat in a different, more thoughtful way, to consume food that is more compatible with contemplative life and with how the poor live.
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March 2, 2017  |  By MARK PATTISON, CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE

BALTIMORE. The Catholic Church in the United States is gearing up for the fifth National Encuentro of Hispanic/Latino Ministry, to be held in September 2018 in Fort Worth, Texas.

The effort got a personal endorsement from Pope Francis during a Nov. 15 video message to the U.S. bishops at their fall general assembly in Baltimore.


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March 2, 2017  |  
Ash Wednesday marked the beginning of our annual observance of the penitential season of Lent. The three penitential practices of Lent — practices that derive from the Sacred Scriptures as well as our Christian tradition — are prayer, almsgiving and fasting. 
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Rain Rosary

Flash fiction for a splash of faith in your day
March 1, 2017  |  By DEACON PATRICK JONES

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February 21, 2017  |  By FATHER KYLE INGELS

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February 17, 2017  |  By JOSEPH McALEER
FEATURED MOVIE REVIEW: LionNEW YORK. The incredible true story of one orphan’s 20-year odyssey to find his way back home roars to cinematic life in “Lion” (Weinstein).
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February 17, 2017  |  By SISTER CONSTANCE CAROLYN VEIT
Over Christmas, two of my family members were talking about a mutual friend who, though chronically ill, routinely does heroic acts of kindness for others.
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February 17, 2017  |  
BLESSINGS IN BLOOM: MonardaThe month of March is just around the corner and now is the perfect time to plan and choose which plants will make the list to add to the landscape this year. Monarda is a versatile herbaceous perennial that should be considered for a spot in the top ten.
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February 17, 2017  |  By FATHER TAD PACHOLCZYK
A number of years ago, I participated in a debate at Harvard on embryonic stem cell research which also included a Jewish rabbi, an Episcopalian clergyman, and a Muslim imam.
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February 17, 2017  |  By ANDY BARTON

This month I would like to begin with a story.  A pregnant mother walks into a clinic seeking an abortion.  She is undocumented, originally from Guatemala.  She receives counseling and instead of an abortion chooses to give birth to her son, Mateo.  The mother moves in with Mateo’s father, finds work off and on, is a victim of domestic abuse and eventually moves out.  She and Mateo couch surf and live in shelters for most of the boy’s youth. 


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