WWII veterans reflect on service and sacrifice
John Burns, a 1944 graduate of Father Ryan High School, stands on a tank in Paris, France, in 1945, while serving with the 83rd Infantry Division in Europe. Burns and his twin brother, Bob, served together as a bazooka team during the final push into Germany. After the war, they operated the Burns Brothers Farm in Triune.

WWII veterans reflect on service and sacrifice

On Veterans Day, Nov. 11, a grateful nation offers its thanks for the sacrifices made by veterans past and present.

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Priesthood Sunday collection gifts to aid vocations starting to roll in
Bishop J. Mark Spalding celebrates the Chrism Mass for the Diocese of Nashville in Sagrado Corazon at the Catholic Pastoral Center in Nashville, TN on Tuesday, 16 June 2020. The Mass which is traditionally celebrated during Holy Week was postponed because of the Covid 19 pandemic. Precautions still in effect required social distancing with a much smaller congregation and everyone wearing face masks.

Priesthood Sunday collection gifts to aid vocations starting to roll in

People can make an online gift at www.dioceseofnashville.com/priesthood-sunday.

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Report’s X-ray look into U.S. abuse scandal digs up pain, hope in transparency
Archbishop William E. Lori of Baltimore welcomes pro-lifers in Annapolis, Md., March 4, 2019, during his opening prayer for the Maryland March for Life. (CNS photo/Kevin J. Parks, Catholic Review) See MARYLAND-MARCH-LIFE March 11, 2019.

Report’s X-ray look into U.S. abuse scandal digs up pain, hope in transparency

WASHINGTON. The Catholic Church’s unusual transparency in a report detailing the ascent to power of former U.S. Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick, despite top Church officials’ knowledge of his sexual abuses,…

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