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What is the key to finding the living water of salvation? Find out in this thought-provoking homily from Deacon Robing Cheung for the 3rd Sunday of Lent. ...read more
A new series on the life of Jesus? This week Dr. Stephen Schneck tells us what’s different about Jesus: His Life - airing on the History Channel next week. ...read more
What does it really mean that the Holy Spirit chooses a pope and works through him? Sebastian Gomes reflects on six years of Pope Francis in Rome. ...read more
Here are the stories that we bring you on today’s episode of Perspectives Daily: Montreal’s City Hall has decided to remove a historic crucifix from its walls, and the city’s archbishop has some thoughts on the matter. Sr. Mandy Carrier,  a Sister of Mercy of the Americas, serves free meals at the Thomas Merton Center ...read more
Watch this video with Deacon Pedro, who speaks with Catholic school chaplains about their work, their hopes, and their advice for younger chaplains. ...read more
Here are the stories that we bring you on today’s episode of Perspectives Daily:  The pope reflects on the third part of the Our Father and explains why it makes sense to abandon oneself to God’s will.  The offer of resignation by Cardinal Philippe Barbarin as Archbishop of Lyons is rejected by the pope.  Deacon ...read more
The Vatican-owned pediatric hospital was the first of its kind on the Italian peninsula. Find out more about this story and more on today's episode. ...read more
Welcome back for another weekly edition of Vatican Connections. Since our last episode, a lot of interesting headlines have come from the Vatican. Here are some of the stories that we bring to you on tonight’s show. The holy stairs of the Scala Sancta have been exposed for the first time in 300 years, and ...read more
Here are the stories that we bring you on today’s episode of Perspectives Daily: During Sunday’s Angelus address, the pope reflected on Jesus’ Transfiguration. The Scala Sancta, marble steps which tradition says Jesus himself walked on before his crucifixion, are open to view for the first time since 1723, when wooden panels were installed to ...read more
Deacon Pedro Guevara-Mann completes his exploration of the Anointing of the Sick by looking at ministers, graces, and healing. ...read more