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I read this verse from the first reading from today's mass and skimmed past the second part thinking, ok, I get it. And then I asked myself. Do you really get it? What does he mean by "refiner's fire"...
BLACKSBURG, Va. (AP) -- David Eisenhauer and Natalie Keepers were promising engineering students at Virginia Tech, described by those who knew them as ambitious and focused. Nicole Madison Lovell was an energetic 13-year-old who bore emotional and physical wounds, suffering from bullying over the scars from her liver transplant. How their lives intersected in tragedy remains a mystery....
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BEIRUT (AP) -- Syria's official news agency SANA says forces loyal to the government have retaken a village north of Aleppo, opening the way to further advances around Syria's largest city as peace talks in Geneva entered a second day....
PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. (AP) -- The handlers of Pennsylvania's most famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, say the furry rodent has failed to see his shadow, meaning means he's "predicted" an early spring....
New York City, N.Y., Feb 2, 2016 / 06:02 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Peace was the focus of the Holy See's representative in a recent speech to the United Nations, where he renewed calls to support negotiations between Israel and Palestine and between the warring factions in Syria.“Certain elements among both peoples have suffered too long from the misguided view that force will resolve their differences. Only sustained negotiations, entered into in good faith, will resolve their differences and bring peace to the peoples of Israel and Palestine,” Archbishop Bernardito Auza, the apostolic nuncio heading the Holy See’s permanent observer mission to the U.N., said Jan. 26.Speaking on behalf of the Holy See, he addressed the Security Council’s open debate on the situation in the Middle East and the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, saying it has stalled.“With the lack of substantive negotiations taking place, acts of violence continue to spiral, bringing man...
Vatican City, Feb 2, 2016 / 05:59 am (CNA/EWTN News).- As the Chinese New Year approaches, Pope Francis has granted an interview to Hong Kong’s Asia Times in which he touches on an array of topics including the country’s rapid rise to power and a realistic balance of work and family life.With many families facing division and even separation due to the heavy emphasis that is often place on work-efficiency in China, Pope Francis has suggested “a healthy realism” regarding one’s responsibilities at work and in the home as a remedy.“Reality must be accepted from wherever it comes,” he said in the interview, published Feb. 2. “Reality must be accepted for what it is. Be realistic. This is our reality.”First, one has to accept reality for what it is, he said, adding that even if it's ideal, "if I don’t come to terms with it, I won’t be able to do anything."Then the second step, he said, "is to work to im...
Denver, Colo., Feb 2, 2016 / 03:01 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Whether fans are rooting for the Denver Broncos or the Carolina Panthers in the upcoming NFL Super Bowl 50, Catholic Charities of Denver, Colorado and Charlotte, South Carolina are uniting to host a friendly Charity Bowl Challenge that any football fan can cheer for.Executive directors from both cities announced the wager last week, betting that the online fundraising challenge could bring their charities $50,000 by the end of the Feb. 7 game."It's a worthy cause that will have a major impact on the lives of the poor and needy in each of our communities," said Catholic Charities of Charlotte CEO Gerry Carter in a recent press release."All of our team's fans and Catholic Charities in the Carolinas look forward to this challenge, and the inevitable victory that will be ours," Carter said.The Charity Bowl is an online fundraiser that started at midnight on January 31. All donations made between then and...
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis called China a “great country,” and said  the world should not “fear” China’s growing power, but that the “true balance of peace is realized through dialogue.”The Holy Father was speaking in an interview about China with the Asia Times, an online newspaper based in Hong Kong.Pope Francis told the interviewer, Asia Times columnist and China Renmin University senior researcher Francesco Sisci, he had been fascinated by China from a young age.“For me, China has always been a reference point of greatness. A great country,” Pope Francis said. “But more than a country, a great culture, with an inexhaustible wisdom.”Click below to hear our report When asked about the challenges faced by the rising influence of the country, the Holy Father said the rest of the world should not react with “fear.”“But when a people moves forward, this does not worry me because it means they ...
(Vatican Radio) The Church in the United States is observing the week of January 31 – February 6 as National Catholic Schools Week 2016. This year's theme, "Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service," focuses on the important faith-building, academic and societal contributions provided by a Catholic education.Bishop Christopher Coyne of Burlington, Vermont is the chairman of the Committee on Communications for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. He spoke with Christopher Wells about the significance of National Catholic Schools Week.He said it’s important to celebrate both the history of Catholic schools in the United States, but also “to strengthen and foster” Catholic schools “and commit ourselves once again to maintaining the excellent Catholic schools that we have in the country.”Bishop Coyne said the theme of this year’s week promotes the idea that Catholic schools are not concerned simp...
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