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India covers more than 1 million square miles and has a population of 1.2 billion people. It’s a big country. It’s also the birthplace of many religions including Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and … more
BOISE, Idaho — Most people know chef Lou Aaron for his culinary mastery, including the Idaho Ice Cream Potato that draws crowds to his Westside Drive-in, a nationally recognized establishment given … more
“Silence is a vehicle for finding God,” said Antonio Pérez-Alcalá in Spanish. “It's not the only path, but people cannot mature in their faith without silence. It is a profound part of … more
Janis Clarke loves to sing. She sings at parish missions, carols in the streets and sometimes even in convenience stores. During the Jubilee Year of Mercy, Clarke, a consecrated virgin and singing … more
“For I was hungry and you gave me food ... I was sick and you visited me, I was imprisoned and you came to me” Mt 25:35-36. Since their retirement, John and Jeanne Muenzen strive to live … more
Jill and James Sherk converted separately to Catholicism, though both came by way of a methodical approach, combined with a final leap of faith. Jill was raised by her grandmother and aunt in … more
Deep peace, the kind that transforms the soul and ripples outward into the world, is not guaranteed in this life. Benedictine Sister Dolores Dean knows what it’s like to obtain such a gift, to lose … more
There is a Latin phrase, via media, or, middle road, used by the Church of England to describe its balancing act between Catholicism and Protestant denominations after the Reformation. John and … more
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