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IMAGE: CNS/Jonathan Ernst, Reuters By Carol Zimmermann WASHINGTON (CNS) — The expression “in like a lion out like a lamb” turns on its head when comparing the end of the Supreme Court’s last term to the start of its new one Oct. 3. The end of the court’s last term

By Kelly Seegers WASHINGTON (CNS) — As Pope Francis boarded the plane after his visit to Washington a year ago, he carried with him a book containing more than 100,000 pledges that people in the Archdiocese of Washington had made to “Walk With Francis” by either praying, serving or acting

IMAGE: CNS photo/Jason Miczek, Reuters By Patricia L. Guilfoyle CHARLOTTE, N.C. (CNS) — After two nights of violence in Charlotte, Bishop Peter J. Jugis called on men, women and children in the Diocese of Charlotte to join him in prayers for “peace and justice” for all victims of violence and

IMAGE: CNS/Paul Haring By Junno Arocho Esteves VATICAN CITY (CNS) — In an effort to ensure transparency as well as historical and scientific accuracy, Pope Francis has approved revised norms for the Congregation for Saints’ Causes regarding medical consultations on healings alleged to be miracles. Among the regulations published by
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