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Bishop Fulton J. Sheen: Life Is Worth Living

Beyond his public persona as a media personality and a prominent churchman, Fulton Sheen was a thinker, a believer, a priest, and a man of prayer. On Sunday, April 7, 1946, Fulton J. Sheen stepped into the pulpit of New York’s Saint Patrick’s Cathedral. Those who packed the church were stunned to hear Sheen criticize […]

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Dom Helder Càmara, Defender of the Poor

Admired by many as a prophet, denounced by others as a radical, Dom Helder Càmara steadfastly spoke out and worked for the rights and dignity of the poor. On August 5, 1973, thirty-eight Brazilian bishops and two cardinals gathered for the installation of Brazil’s newest archbishop. As they processed into the cathedral, the Master of […]

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Dorothy Day, Founder of the Catholic Worker Movement

Dorothy Day was a diminutive figure, but a dominant force for justice and peace in the Church and American society. Her life was rooted in the prophetic call of the Gospel. “Whatever I had read as a child about the saints had thrilled me. I could see the nobility of giving one’s life for the […]

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The Seven Types of Faith

Faith is simply “confidence in God.” Jesus reminds us that the quality of our living depends on the depth of our faith.

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