Read more about the article Native boarding schools: Learn from history to promote healing, priest says
Father Michael Carson, assistant director of Native American Affairs at the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, talks about the history of Native boarding schools during an Oct. 23, 2022, presentation in Seattle. He said the Catholic Church is working to promote healing and rebuild trust with Native American communities in response to revelations about the mistreatment of students in church-run boarding schools. (CNS photo/Helen McClenahan, Northwest Catholic)

Native boarding schools: Learn from history to promote healing, priest says

‘Do not be afraid to let the pain and frustration into your heart’a

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Read more about the article Seattle Catholics celebrate 10th anniversary of St. Kateri’s canonization
St. Anne Sister Kateri Mitchell, carrying a relic of St. Kateri Tekakwitha, and Jake Finkbonner of Ferndale, carrying a turtle shell, process into St. James Cathedral Oct. 22 for a Mass celebrating the 10th anniversary of St. Kateri's canonization. Jake was 6 when he was healed of flesh-eating bacteria the day after Sister Kateri placed a Kateri relic on him and joined Jake's mother in praying for him. His recovery was the second miracle needed to elevate Kateri to sainthood. (CNS photo/Stephen Brashear, Northwest Catholic)

Seattle Catholics celebrate 10th anniversary of St. Kateri’s canonization

‘She was called to be a saint from the day she was born’

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Read more about the article Bishops urge Congress to be in ‘radical solidarity’ with mothers, children
A woman in Providence, R.I., is seen at St. Gabriel's Call outreach in this undated photo. The program of the Diocese of Providence assists expectant mothers in Rhode Island with necessary items for their babies and offers them loving support throughout their pregnancies. (CNS photo/courtesy Diocese of Providence)

Bishops urge Congress to be in ‘radical solidarity’ with mothers, children

‘We hope for the day when abortion is unthinkable’

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Read more about the article Bishops wrestled with possibility of nuclear annihilation in pastoral letter
This is a general view of Hiroshima, Japan, six months after the U.S. dropped an atomic bob on the city Aug. 6, 1945. (CNS photo/Reuters)

Bishops wrestled with possibility of nuclear annihilation in pastoral letter

‘We possess a power which should never be used, but which might be used if we do not reverse our direction’

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Read more about the article ‘The Challenge of Peace’ 40 years later: Durable principles, changed world
In this 2014 file photo, an unarmed AGM-86B Air-Launched Cruise Missile is released from a B-52H Stratofortress Utah Test and Training Range during a Nuclear Weapons System Evaluation Program sortie. (CNS photo/Air Force, Staff Sgt. Roidan Carlson, Handout via Reuters)

‘The Challenge of Peace’ 40 years later: Durable principles, changed world

‘It was a different world, but it was a time, in my memory, that people were really scared’

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Read more about the article Rally participants gather near U.S. Capitol to pray rosary for the nation
Brandon Alvarado, left, and his mother, Evangelina Alvarado, walk from the Minnesota State Capitol to the Cathedral of St. Paul in St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 7, 2022, during an annual candlelight rosary procession. Several hundred participated in the procession, including Auxiliary Bishop Joseph A. Williams of St. Paul and Minneapolis, who led a prayer service at the cathedral following the procession. (CNS photo/Dave Hrbacek, The Catholic Spirit)

Rally participants gather near U.S. Capitol to pray rosary for the nation

‘It is an act of love – praying for conversion is the duty of every believer’

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Read more about the article Immigration advocates say DACA ruling should push Congress to act
Demonstrators attend a rally near the U.S. Capitol in Washington Sept. 26, 2017, calling for passage of the DREAM Act, which would have created a path to citizenship for "Dreamers," the beneficiaries of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, known as DACA. A federal appeals court ruled Oct. 5, 2022, that DACA is unlawful but it agreed to preserve the program for existing recipients. President Barack Obama created the program in 2012 by executive action. (CNS photo/Tyler Orsburn)

Immigration advocates say DACA ruling should push Congress to act

'DACA recipients are hard-working, tax-paying, upstanding members of our communities’

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Read more about the article Parish, Catholic Charities supply water, food to Florida migrants after Ian
Volunteers and members of the local community distribute food at Jesús Obrero ( Jesus the Worker) in Fort Myers, Fla., Parish Oct. 4, 2022, amid the aftermath of Hurricane Ian. (CNS photo/Tom Tracy)

Parish, Catholic Charities supply water, food to Florida migrants after Ian

‘Right now they are in crisis and need so much help’

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Read more about the article Cardinal Parolin calls Putin’s nuclear threat ‘repugnant’
Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Vatican secretary of state, addresses the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly at U.N. headquarters in New York City Sept. 24, 2022. (CNS photo/Eduardo Munoz, Reuters)

Cardinal Parolin calls Putin’s nuclear threat ‘repugnant’

‘Nuclear weapons are a costly and dangerous liability’

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