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  • True dialogue respects deeply held beliefs of others, say speakers

    True dialogue respects deeply held beliefs of others, say speakers

    • Oct 17, 2017

    Archbishop Bernardito Auza, the Holy See’s permanent observer to the United Nations, says some dialogues among persons of different faiths and cultures in the past 50 years have scarcely risen above the level of monologue. “Genuine dialogue presupposes that each side wishes to know each other and desires to increase and deepen its knowledge of each other,” he said.

  • Video of Baltimore Catholic school choir closing in on 10 million views

    Video of Baltimore Catholic school choir closing in on 10 million views

    • Oct 16, 2017

    On Sept. 30, nearly 1,000 people saw Cardinal Shehan students anchor an archdiocesan Catholic Schools Choir in an uplifting performance of the song “Rise Up” at the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s ninth annual gala for Catholic schools. But when the teacher recorded a video of the rehearsal on her phone and shared it on Facebook Live, it gained an unexpected new audience.

  • St. Vincent de Paul inspired people to pray and reach out, pope says

    St. Vincent de Paul inspired people to pray and reach out, pope says

    • Oct 16, 2017

    Pope Francis says St. Vincent de Paul’s “passion for charity” has endured for four centuries because it is grounded in prayer and flows from adoration. The pope said a Christian who spends time in adoration “starts to act toward others the way the Lord acts toward him; he becomes more merciful, more understanding, more available, overcoming his rigidity and opening himself to others.”

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