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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?

Free Rosary CD

Free Rosary CD

May is a month traditionally devoted to Mary, the Mother of God. Since we're also celebrating our 30th anniversary this month, we'd like to offer you a free CD copy of all four mysteries of the rosary.

Holy See backs global health goals, says 'leave no one behind'

Geneva, Switzerland, May 27, 2016 / 12:57 am (CNA/EWTN News).- The Vatican has voiced support for global health care goals and has said that Catholic institutions are committed to combating problems like communicable diseases.“The Holy See delegation welcomes the vital emphasis on the dignity of the human person and the strong focus on equity expressed in the pledge that ‘no one will be left behind’,” said Bishop Jean-Marie Mupendawatu.The bishop headed the Holy See’s delegation to the World Health Organization’s World Health Assembly, held in Geneva May 23-28.The assembly reviewed the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which has 17 goals and 169 associated targets. The agenda was adopted by the U.N. Sustainable Development Summit.The agenda’s goals through the year 2030 include ending poverty and hunger while providing universal health care and education, gender equality, clean water and sanitation, energy access, economic growth and ...

G7 summit hopes cooperation will avert economic crisis

Unsurprisingly, the Group of Seven rich economies of the world wrapped up its summit with a statement concerned with economic issues. Their priorities: the looming Brexit vote, economic growth, terrorism and refugee flows. Listen to Alexander MacDonald's report: The host of the summit, Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, delivered the summit’s final statement and outlined three priorities: expanding the Pacific tariff free economic zone to the entire world, ensuring economic opportunity for women and the underprivileged and dealing in a united way to global health threats. This, Prime Minister Abe said, is the foundation of growth for the whole world.On economic issues, Abe says we should not be pessimistic about the state of the world economy, although G7 economies are sluggish and the conditions are right for another global financial crisis. G7 countries therefore committed to beefing up policies to stimulate growth. “We remain committed to ensuring tha...

Obama at Hiroshima: 'Death fell from the sky'

HIROSHIMA, Japan (AP) -- Barack Obama on Friday paid tribute to the "silent cry" of the 140,000 people killed by the world's first atomic bomb attack and sought to renew attention in his unfulfilled vision of a world without nuclear weapons, as he became the first sitting U.S. president to visit Hiroshima....

Obama's hug of Hiroshima survivor epitomizes historic visit

HIROSHIMA, Japan (AP) -- President Barack Obama may have faced the legacy of Hiroshima most directly with his embrace of a man who survived the devastating atomic blast....

8 automakers recall over 12M vehicles for Takata air bags

DETROIT (AP) -- Eight automakers are recalling more than 12 million vehicles in the U.S. to replace Takata air bag inflators that can explode with too much force....

Shipwreck from 1800s uncovered in Boston's Seaport District

BOSTON (AP) -- A shipwreck from the 1800s has been uncovered during construction in Boston's Seaport District....

IOC: 23 positives in retests of samples from London Olympics

LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) -- The IOC says 23 athletes have tested positive in reanalysis of their doping samples from the 2012 London Olympics....

Did Facebook 'blacklist' religious news in their trending topics?

Washington D.C., May 27, 2016 / 03:02 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Earlier this month, a report from Gizmodo dropped the equivalent of a social media bomb – several former Facebook employees said the company routinely suppressed conservative news in the social media giant's “trending news” section.These former Facebook news curators said they were sometimes instructed to insert stories into the “trending” section that had not earned enough attention to be a trending topic, or that they had the freedom to “blacklist” topics that they didn’t want to appear in the section, meaning that the section was not organically curated by the interests of other Facebook users, contrary to popular thought.And since the majority of news curators at Facebook are 20 and 30-something Ivy League graduates who skew left-of-center politically: “I believe it had a chilling effect on conservative news,” one former curator told Gizmodo.Although the for...

Pope Francis receives President of Costa Rica in private audience

(Vatican Radio)  Pope Francis received the President of Costa Rica, Luis Guillermo Solís Rivera, who was accompanied by his wife and daughter, in the Vatican on Friday for a private audience. A press release from the Holy See Press Office called the meeting 'cordial', saying the Holy Father and Mr. Solís spoke about the good relationship between the Holy See and Costa Rica. Mr. Solís expressed his appreciation for the important contribution of the Catholic Church to Costa Rican society, especially in the areas of education, health care, the promotion of human and spiritual values, and charitable works. The two leaders also spoke about several themes of common interest, including the protection of human life, migration, and drug trafficking. Finally, mention was made of the regional situation and a number of international issues.Following his audience with the Holy Father, Mr. Solís met with the Vatican Sec...

Pope to Orionines: Remain with Jesus, and serve the poor

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Friday greeted members of the Congregation of Don Orione, the Sons of Divine Providence, on the occasion of their 14th General Chapter.The Congregation takes its inspiration from its founder, St Luigi Orione, whose motto was: “Do good to all; harm no one.” St Luigi Orione is remembered for his commitment to social justice and the service of those in need, a service guided and inspired by the teachings of the Catholic Church.Listen to Christopher Wells' report:  In his address to the General Chapter, Pope Francis said, “The whole Church is called to journey with Jesus along the paths of the world, to encounter the humanity of today, which needs, as Don Orione wrote, ‘the bread of the body, and the divine balm of the Faith’.” To put these words into practice today, the Pope said, the members of the Congregation must keep in mind their identity as “servants of Christ and of the poor.” “You ...

Thought of the Day

As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one another as good stewards of God's varied grace.

1 Peter 4:10

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