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Monday, March 6, 2017

Do you read the Bible as often as you check your phone?

What's it like to be an 'invisible' child under China's one-child policy?

For some 35 years, the population of China was strictly controlled by the Communist government’s one-child policy.

Do you read the Bible as often as you check your phone? Francis asks

By Hannah Brockhaus
On the first Sunday of Lent, Pope Francis said if we want to fight against the temptation of sin, we must be familiar with the Word of God – treating the Bible more like how we treat our cellphone.

Why is gendercide wrong and screening for Down syndrome okay, advocates ask

Is it ok to abort a baby who has been diagnosed with Down syndrome? What about if you find out the baby is a girl, and you wanted a boy?

Pope Francis: Education is key to the renewal of sacred music

By Hannah Brockhaus
Pope Francis said Saturday that while liturgical music has often struggled to live up to the quality and beauty the mystery of the Eucharist requires, we can promote its renewal by investing in a solid musical education for clergy and laity.

Pope Francis is going on retreat – and you can join in

By Hannah Brockhaus
As Pope Francis leaves Sunday to begin his annual Lenten retreat, Fr. Giulio Michelini, the priest leading this year’s spiritual exercises, said he hopes Christians around the world will be inspired to join in.

Trump pushes education choices in visit to Florida Catholic school

By Kevin Jones
President Donald Trump visited a Florida Catholic school on Friday, praising the Catholic education system and touting his support for school choice programs.

Pope Francis seeks silence, reflection on annual retreat

By Hannah Brockhaus
Pope Francis and members of the Roman Curia leave Sunday to begin their annual five-day retreat on the spiritual exercises of St. Ignatius; since 2014, held at the Casa Divin Maestro retreat house.

Catholic chapel in NJ shopping mall closes its doors

A Catholic chapel that has served a New Jersey shopping mall since 1970 has scheduled its final Mass.

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