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Pope’s Wednesday audience: ‘Prayer opens us up to the Trinity’; faithful asked to pray for Iraq trip and Burma...

Pope Francis appealed on Wednesday for an end to “bloody clashes” and the release of political leaders in Burma. Speaking at the end of his general audience on March 3, the pope lamented the … more

President Biden mentions Our Lady of Guadalupe, displays rosary beads, in virtual meeting with Mexican president...

President Joe Biden cited Our Lady of Guadalupe and displayed his rosary beads in a conversation with the president of Mexico on Monday. In the virtual conversation with Mexico’s President López … more

Cardinal Pell and squirming Catholics...

According to the movie Love Story, “Love means never having to say you’re sorry.” Typical Hollywood fluff, you might say. Yet the best answer to that asininity was given by a Hollywood … more

When a man proposes...

Even as marriage between a man and a woman is undermined, ridiculed, or simply set aside, we naturally feel the power and poignancy of a man proposing to a woman. This particular form of human … more

U.S. bishops address concern over Johnson & Johnson vaccine’s abortion link...

Use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, approved Feb. 27 by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, raises moral concerns because it was “was developed, tested and is produced with … more

No date yet for return of singing in public worship

The Government is still not able to say when singing will be allowed again during public worship in churches. more

Justin Welby condemns Nigeria Primate's 'unacceptable' language on homosexuality

The Archbishop of Canterbury has issued a strong statement against recent comments from the Primate of All Nigeria on homosexuality. more

Heartache after 25-year-old prayer leader and husband die in hiking accident

Michèle Käch and her husband Christoph were hiking in the Alps when the tragedy occurred. more

Pope calls for peace in historic visit to Iraq

Pope Francis said in an address to diplomats that the name of God can never be used "to justify acts of murder, exile, terrorism and oppression." more

The Holy Spirit and Oxygen Tanks

What cuts you off from the Holy Spirit? Is there something in your life that dampens your experience of the Spirit’s power? Jesus desires to breath the Spirit into the lives of all his … more

Fruit of the Spirit

So what does the fruit of a Christian look like? When we allow the Holy Spirit to have power in our life it shows in specific ways. The post Fruit of the Spirit can be found online at Daily … more

God's Choice Shaping Tools - In Touch - March 6/7

Are you letting the Lord use His character-shaping tools in your life? more

What Biblical Questions Can I Answer With, ‘I Don’t Know’?

Tim Challies and Tony Merida discuss the question, “What biblical questions can I answer with, ‘I don’t know’?” more

How Ruth Was an Absolute Trailblazer in the Bible

How Ruth Was an Absolute Trailblazer in the Bible more

How We Plan to Keep You Safe at TGC21

Planning to attend TGCW21 or TGC21 in person? Here are some of the safety precautions we’ll be taking. more

Why I disagree with John MacArthur: I would fight for religious freedom

Shouldn't we defend our freedom to worship Jesus when given the opportunity? more

John MacArthur says he wouldn't fight for religious freedom

While studies show most Americans support religious freedom as a core component of American cultural values, Pastor John MacArthur of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California, said he doesn't … more

As we look to unlock society, the Church must connect with the isolated, lonely and bereft

Jonathan Clark on why it's naïve to assume, as some do, that everyone is already catered for in some way or other by the "support services" at the current time, whether this relates to the … more

Brian Houston apologizes 'unreservedly' for failings at Hillsong East Coast

Hillsong Senior Pastor Brian Houston also promised to protect whistleblowers after the firing of Hillsong's East Coast's pastor Carl Lentz and months of allegations against its leadership. more

Fr. Pfleger’s Chicago parish is withholding $100,000 per month. Why is it so much, and what are the canonical issues?

A Chicago parish made headlines this weekend, saying it planned to withhold $100,000 dollars per month from the archdiocese until a canonical investigation is concluded into the parish’s suspended … more
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