Bright rays of hope: Dominican sisters bring joy and love of Christ to classroom

Sister Mary Catherine Do, OP, plays ukelele

When Principal Diane Price sees the white-robed Dominican sisters bustling down the hallways of St. Joseph Catholic School, she can’t help but smile. 


Pandemic hobby: Washington man designs Lego basilica replica

John Davisson with a Lego shrine

WASHINGTON (CNS)  For John Davisson, the past few months of the pandemic in Washington gave him more time to return to a hobby that began during his childhood: making Lego designs.


A litany of saints with complicated employment histories

Unemployment, toxic work environments, and poverty have been rampant during the 2020 pandemic. Consider: more than 40 million Americans were unemployed or forced to work fewer hours in June of this year.


Rosary Army's mission is to 'make them, pray them and give them away'

Greg Willits

CUMMING, Ga. (CNS) — Jennifer and Greg Willits were busy celebrating an anniversary — marking nearly 20 years of their ministry, and 15 years of their podcast.


Take 5 with Father: a pipeline of God's grace

Fr. Sergio Rizo

Meet Father Sergio Rizo, pastor of St. Joseph Parish in Cleburne, who sees himself like a pipe that bring water, but it is God's grace that showers you.


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