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Set free by forgiveness

Reconciliation in Chicago: Being in a ministry that seeks reconciliation, I have wrestled often with the question of forgiveness.

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Preaching and hospitality fill churches

Faith and Justice: "If you build it, they will come" was the belief of church leaders in the past. A new study indicates that's becoming less true today.

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People

Set free by forgiveness

Reconciliation in Chicago: Being in a ministry that seeks reconciliation, I have wrestled often with the question of forgiveness.

Spirituality

Learn silence to hear the shepherd's voice

Preview: At Mass, on the Fourth Sunday of Easter, I thought of my friend, whose recurrent encephalitis left her with permanent brain damage.

Media

The true miracle of 'Ignacio de Loyola'

Review: Despite technical flaws, "Ignacio de Loyola," a sweeping biopic on St. Ignatius of Loyola​ produced by the Jesuit Communications Foundation, has its heart in the right place.

Saint of darkness: the path to canonizing Mother Teresa

Preview: The gathering of documentation for consideration of sainthood included more than 100 interviews and created some 80 volumes at more than 400 pages each.

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Cardinal Turkson: It's 'continuing shame' clean water is not a priority

Eco Catholic: Allowing people to drink unsafe water or have no access to dependable, clean sources of water is shameful, Cardinal Peter Turkson told religious leaders.

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Francis meets Facebook founder: friendly, if not yet 'friends'

Pope Francis met with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg on Monday -- will that mean the pope could soon join Facebook?

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