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Notre Dame’s Eucharistic Pilgrimage Weekend Marked by Theology, Theater and Prayers for Renewal

Notre Dame’s Eucharistic Pilgrimage Weekend Marked by Theology, Theater and Prayers for Renewal

The University of Notre Dame is a world-renowned, albeit somewhat controversial, center of Catholic thought and culture. So it’s fitting that when the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage came to campus this past weekend, things got creative. Theology and theater marked the NEP Marian Route’s two-and-a-half-day presence
John Paul Who?

John Paul Who?

This past May, my niece graduated from high school. She was born in 2005, the year Pope Saint John Paul II died. It’s odd to think that she was born three months after the great saint entered eternity. Has it really been that long? Can
Sacred Art in the Service of God: How a Portrait of Father Emil Kapaun Is Stirring Vocations for the Military

Sacred Art in the Service of God: How a Portrait of Father Emil Kapaun Is Stirring Vocations for the Military

Father Marcel Taillon, vocations director at the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA, is settling into his new territory in our nation’s capital. Although many miss him in the halls of St. Thomas More and St. Veronica’s Catholic Church in Narragansett, Rhode Island, he brought