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Spirit FM Catholic Women's Conference

Spirit FM Catholic Women's Conference

Join Spirit FM's "Big, Big House Morning Show" host, Abby and 700 of your closest girlfriends on Saturday, September 24th, 2016.

Vacation Bible School

Vacation Bible School

If you're looking for a VBS for the kiddos this summer or want to submit a VBS for inclusion on our calendar, click the kid in the funny hat.

Buy a Prayer Garden Brick

Buy a Prayer Garden Brick

Help pave our Prayer Garden with faith! Bricks come in two sizes and will be engraved with a message of your choice... how cool is that?

Blasts in Syria kill 10 but Aleppo mostly calm amid truce

DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) -- A car bomb exploded in the main square of a central Syrian village on Thursday and once people gathered to help the victims, a suicide bomber riding a motorcycle detonated his explosives belt nearby, killing at least 10 people and wounding scores, state media and the regional governor said....

Navajo girl's slaying shocks, angers small tribal community

SHIPROCK, N.M. (AP) -- On the far side of a desert hilltop in the shadow of the Shiprock Pinnacle, a towering monolith sacred to the Navajo Nation, the stranger ignored the cries of an 11-year-old girl....

Want to sue your bank? Regulators push to make it easier

NEW YORK (AP) -- If government regulators get their way, it's going to become a lot easier to sue your bank....

Painful options for some Brooklyn subway riders amid repairs

NEW YORK (AP) -- The lone subway tunnel connecting some of Brooklyn's hippest, youngest neighborhoods to New York City's commercial heart in Manhattan will either be closed entirely for 18 months or see extremely limited service for three years under two possible plans for repairing damage caused by Superstorm Sandy....

Mercury a black speck as it makes rare transit of sun Monday

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) -- Earthlings are in for a treat Monday as Mercury makes a relatively rare transit of the sun....

Theology of tears: For pope, weeping helps one see Jesus

IMAGE: CNS/Paul HaringBy Cindy WoodenVATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Throughout his pontificate, PopeFrancis has been sharing a theology of tears: tears of compassion, compunctionand consolation. Although Pope Francis does not mask his emotions in public,he rarely is seen to cry. One obvious exception was in Albania in September2014 when he came face to face with a priest who had been imprisoned andtortured for his faith under the country's communist regime. After a longembrace with the priest and some whispered words, the pope turned from thecongregation to wipe the tears from his eyes.Pope Francis encourages people to pray for "the graceof tears" when pleading to God to help others, when recognizing their ownsinfulness, when contemplating the greatness of Christ's sacrifice on the crossand when experiencing God's mercy.As part of the Holy Year of Mercy, the pope scheduled a May5 prayer vigil "to dry the tears" of those who are weeping, invitingparents who have lost a child, victims of war ...

Celebrating the Jubilee of Mercy by discovering historical Jubilee Years

Rome, Italy, May 5, 2016 / 06:02 am (CNA/EWTN News).- To observe the Jubilee Year of Mercy and to connect it with past Jubilee Years, the pilgrimage office of the Diocese of Rome is displaying historical documents proclaiming the jubilees dating back to 1300.“Holy Pilgrimage: The Jubilee Bulls from the Vatican Secret Archives” is an exhibition of the Opera Romana Pellegrinaggi which displays papal bulls of indiction of the Jubilee Years from 1300 to 2000.The bulls are normally not available to public view, and are restricted to scholars and conservationists who work with the Vatican Secret Archives – the historical archives of the papacy.The exhibition also features bulls from the archives of the Chapter of St. Peter kept in the Vatican Library, as well as incunabula – books printed before the year 1500 – stored at the Biblioteca Casanatense.Beginning today, the exhibition is on display daily through July 31, from 10 am to 9 pm, at the Palazzo del Vicar...

Pakistan Christians protest against plan to demolish churches

Pakistani Christians held a protest in front of the Lahore High Court on Tuesday, against the Punjab government's plans to take over the land of four churches in order to build the Orange Line Metro Train project. The demonstrators demanded that the government review its plans, saying they would not give up their holy places.They waved placards, and were holding crosses, while chanting slogans such as: "we won't give an inch of our holy places", and "we want our rights." The Punjab government intends to acquire large portions of Cathedral Church, Naulakha Church, St Andrew's Church and Bohar Wala Church. The Christian community is determined not to let their churches be destroyed, as they are not only holy, but are a part of Lahore's history and have been in place since before the partition.Nasir Saeed, Director of (Centre for Legal Aid, Assistance and Settlement) CLAAS-UK, which campaigns for the rights of Christians in Pakistan, expressed his ...

Martin Schultz on Charlemagne Prize award to Pope Francis

(Vatican Radio) The President of the European Parliament, Martin Schultz, said Pope Francis is a worthy recipient of this year’s International Charlemagne Prize for helping to remind us of the traditional European values of solidarity, compassion and tolerance. The Pope was to be formally presented with the prize on Saturday in the Vatican by a high profile delegation made up of the German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the President of the European Council Donald Tusk, Martin Schultz and the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker. Schultz was interviewed by Vatican Radio’s Gudrun Sailer about this award to the Pope.  "Reminds us of our traditional values"Schultz said as the son of Italian immigrants in Argentina, and then later as Archbishop of Buenos Aires, Pope Francis has known a very different world from the “very privileged one” that Europeans live in today and applauds him for reminding the people of Europe in his mes...

Jordan's Prince El Hassan bin Talal on Vatican visit

(Vatican Radio)  “Citizenship is a question of pluralism, a question of recognizing the identity of the other on the basis of respect:” That’s what Jordan’s Prince El Hassan bin Talal has told Vatican Radio following an interfaith meeting in the Vatican on the theme “Shared values in Social and Political Life.”The two day closed-door meeting 3-4 May was organized by the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue and included Christian and Muslim delegates.  His Royal Highness, as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Royal Institute of Interfaith Studies (RIIFS), headed a delegation of men and women involved in interfaith dialogue.RIIFS is a non-profit, non-governmental organization which offers a space for the interdisciplinary study of intercultural and interreligious issues with the aim of reducing tensions and promoting peace at regional and global levels.Prince El Hassan was one of thirty members of RIIFS received in audien...

Thought of the Day

When they had gathered together they asked him, "Lord, are you at this time going to restore the kingdom to Israel?" He answered them, "It is not for you to know the times or seasons that the Father has established by his own authority."

Acts 1:6-7

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