Quintessential

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Seeds sown

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Corliss Cox has spent more than three decades ministering to black Catholic youths in the archdiocese; among those honored by St. Charles Lwanga Center.

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MO abortion regulations

Judge strikes down Missouri abortion laws; Attourney General Hawley vows to appeal regulations.

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Voice from Assisi

Friar Alessandro Brustenghi

Cathedral Concerts lands world-renowned tenor, Friar Alessandro. Friar Alessandro is a tenor and Italian Franciscan friar.

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NCEA convention

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Many educators gathered for the National Catholic Educational Association Conference, educators' dedication shines through.

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Annual Catholic Appeal

Lindenwood University Newman Center has moved to a new building off campus and its expanded facilities include a chapel. Students held their weekly spiritual group talk and ate a barbeque together. Henry Geerling and Sarah Entwistle smiled as the listened to a talk on the Euchartist. In the background are Matt Deken, Nick Loeffler and Connor Stinehart.

Funds support Catholic Charities aid to people devastates by Perryville tornado; equipment for hard-of-hearing elderly at Mother of Good Counsel; and campus ministry programs such as the one at Lindenwood University.


As a bonus, here are the weekly messages from
Archbishop Robert J. Carlson and Pope Francis.

BEFORE THE CROSS

Archbishop Carlson reflects on this week's Gospel readings and reminds us that God is the bread of life, and whoever comes to Him shall never hunger.

POPE'S MESSAGE

Pope Francis explains that Christians never lose hope, no matter how hard the journey, because they know God is always by their side.

Pope Francis gave a thumbs up as he greeted the crowd at his general audience April 26 in St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican.

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