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Pray for Pope Emeritus Benedict

Pope Emeritus Benedict is seriously ill according to a German newspaper. We are called to pray for him, and we wish him a speedy recovery.

Can I confess my sins by phone or online?

The coronavirus pandemic has forced Catholic parishes to close around the world for the safety of parishioners. This is making it difficult for many to access the sacraments, including the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Many are asking why can't this sacrament be obtained over the phone or internet?

The Good, Bad, and the Ugly, of the next Stimulus

Sometime next week, the Senate is expected to pass the next stimulus bill. The price of the bill will range between $1 and $3 trillion dollars. Here's the good, the bad, and the ugly of what's coming.

Pray for Human Trafficking Victims on the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons

The need for human trafficking awareness and education continues to grow, as reports to anti-trafficking hotlines have increased at alarming rates since last year.

How well do you know your Catholic faith? Here's where you can test yourself!

The Way of Christ is a series of lessons that will teach or refresh your Catholic faith. The course is now available for FREE on Catholic Online School.

God's wake-up call to what's most important!

Although it is ordinary time in the church year, I think it often feels like Good Friday these days. Don't you?

#SendYourHug: Vatican campaign calls for young people to reach out to the elderly during COVID-19 isolation

Coronavirus shut downs and quarantines continue to leave many elderly people lonely and without family. Inspired by Pope Francis, the Vatican Dicastery for Laity, Family, and Life launched a special new campaign to help those who are isolated during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Good News! Here's six reasons to be hopeful for the future!

There's reason for hope as we cope with these challenging times. Here's six reasons why hope is justified.

Celebrate Sunday Mass With Bishop Strickland - 7.26.20

The videos for Sunday's live Mass will be available on Sunday morning.

Cue the 'X-Files' theme, Senate directs Pentagon to provide bi-annual UFO reports to the public

The Senate Intelligence Committee is directing the Pentagon to release some of their UFO findings on a regular basis. A document released by the New York Times reveals the Pentagon's UFO program is still operating, which is consistent with claims by former Pentagon officials. There are also claims that some of the objects reported to the secret agency are not from earth and there may be some crashed objects that have been, or could be retrieved.