A square-shaped Concord grape pie (Renée LaReau)
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Amid the pandemic, finding peace in pie

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New Cardinal Theodore McCarrick addresses the media on the roof of the North American College in Rome following a consistory ceremony at the Vatican Feb. 21, 2001. McCarrick was among 44 new cardinals created by Pope John Paul II. (CNS/Carol Zimmermann)
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Confessions of a Vatican source: Jason Berry on the McCarrick report

The Church of the Nativity, New York City, pictured Dec. 4, 2018, held its last Mass in 2015. It was the parish attended by social activist and sainthood candidate Dorothy Day and was sold in March 2020. (CNS/Gregory A. Shemitz)
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Amid the pandemic, finding peace in pie

Food banks do their best to help families have a hearty Thanksgiving meal

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Accountability

Priests' defamation suits are the latest wrinkle in sex-abuse fallout

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Confessions of a Vatican source: Jason Berry on the McCarrick report

Politics

Like Joe Biden, many Catholics find the rosary to be a comfort and anchor in crisis

High court blocks NY coronavirus limits on houses of worship

Vatican

Vatican says bishop ordained in China is in communion with pope

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Confessions of a Vatican source: Jason Berry on the McCarrick report

Parish

Food banks do their best to help families have a hearty Thanksgiving meal

New York state sues Buffalo diocese over priest misconduct

World

Vatican says bishop ordained in China is in communion with pope

Francis' teachings inspire Catholics in Latin America's economic protests

Justice

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Prisons and law enforcement are not the solution to our social problems

Francis' teachings inspire Catholics in Latin America's economic protests

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EarthBeat Weekly: In Advent, simple living brings abundant life

Forest therapy reawakens human connection to the natural world

Books

Three books about peacemaking offer solidarity, solace and hope

Memoir recognizes need for more than talk about racial reconciliation

People

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The rumble in Dorothy Day's soul still quakes 40 years after her death

Washington's Archbishop Gregory expects 'respectful' dialogue with President Biden

Spirituality

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Theology

'Just war' theory often misused for unjust motives, cardinal says

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Young people of Generation Z are awakening us from our slumber

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