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The atrocities of the Brussels bombing

In light of the Brussels bombing last week, the vast majority of Muslims throughout the world again brace themselves for the negative backlash that naturally comes from fear and suspicion

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Mother Angelica’s mastery of medium and message

Accolades and tributes are pouring in after the death of Mother Angelica, the indefatigable and unique foundress of EWTN, who passed away on March 27 after years of suffering in

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Catholic Star Herald printing schedule

The Catholic Star Herald will not be printed April 8. The next issue will be dated April 15.

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The mercy of the Risen Lord

The Easter Sequence, Victima Paschali, the hymn sung before the proclamation of the Gospel on Easter Sunday, concludes, “Christ indeed from death is risen, our new life obtaining. Have mercy,

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‘Easter is our rebirth, our spiritual New Year’

Bishop Dennis Sullivan celebrates Mass Easter Sunday in Saint Teresa Church, Holy Child Parish, Runnemede. Also pictured are Father Joseph F. Ganiel, pastor, and Deacons Leonard Carlucci , left, and
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Six confirmed in South Woods State Prison

The readings for the Wednesday before Easter took on a special meaning, read by the men in tan jumpsuits in the large gym-style auditorium. “The Lord hears the poor, and

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A parish guide to peace and justice ministry

Michael Jordan Laskey begins his new book with a hypothetical challenge: “Imagine that the pope has asked you to come up with a one sentence mission statement for the Catholic

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Formerly homeless veteran given keys to new life

Encountering Mercy: Shelter the Homeless “Encountering Mercy” is a series exploring the corporal works of mercy during the Jubilee Year through the lens of the people whose lives exemplify them.