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Mother Angelica’s Condition Still Delicate

Since late November 2015, when she was placed on a feeding tube, Mother Angelica’s health has been steadily declining. According to EWTN on February 22, Mother Angelica’s “condition remains delicate and she receives devoted care day and night by her sisters and nurses.” She is still, however, staying at Our Lady of the Angels Monastery. Although plagued by …

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NBA MVP Chooses Bible Verse to Show Faith on New Basketball Shoe

[cover photo courtesy Reuters/Robert Galbraith] Stephen Curry, the Christian Golden State Warriors point guard, recently spoke about how his faith has enabled him to release the new Curry One Under Armour signature shoe. Curry, 26, used to have a deal with Nike but chose to connect with Under Armour so that he could blend his …

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Pope’s Year of Mercy Plea: Stop the Death Penalty

“The commandment ‘Thou shall not kill’ has absolute value and concerns both the innocent and the guilty,” he said. Even criminals “maintain the inviolable right to life, the gift of God.” by CNA/EWTN NEWS 02/22/2016 VATICAN CITY — Christians must work to abolish the death penalty and improve prison conditions, Pope Francis said on Sunday. After …

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The Bishops of the U.S. Respond to SCOTUS Decision on Same-Sex “Marriage”

The official USCCB Statement Archbishop Chaput, Philadelphia, PA Joint Statement from Michigan Catholic Bishops Bishop Bradley, Diocese of Kalamazoo, MI Bishop Walkowiak, Diocese of Grand Rapids, MI Archbishop Vigneron, Archdiocese of Detroit Bishop Paul S. Loverde and Bishop Francis X. DiLorenzo, Diocese of VA Please check back as this list continues to grow. Please help …

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