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Faith, science or a miracle? Doctors baffled at nun’s high function despite aggressive Alzheimer’s

Sister Bernadette was a famous participant of a Nun Study focused on understanding the horrors of Alzheimer’s. What she contributed to the medical community changed everything previously believed about the debilitating disease According to the Nun Study, Sister Bernadette was one of 678 participants who suffered the effects of Alzheimer’s. Each patient was a Sister






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Healing miracle for blind man who refused to stop praying

A Manhattan man who went bling in 1997 kept the faith and was healed sixteen years later. Kevin Coughlin suffered a rare genetic condition called Leber’s Hereditary Optic Neuropathy (LHON) LHON symptoms begin as a sudden, painless loss of central vision. Unfortunately, there exists no cure for the condition, so Coughlin went to the greatest






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Fr. Stanley Rother becomes first American-born martyr

Fr. Rother was born in Oklahoma City, OK, making him the first martyr born in the United States In 1986, he was sent to Santiago Atitlan from the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City. He helped the people build a small hospital, a school and its first Catholic radio station. Fr. Rother was called “Padre Francisco” and






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Jerusalem bishop’s insights on peacemaking in the Holy Land

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Recently I emailed questions to the auxiliary bishop of the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, Bishop William Shomali, asking him to share his first-hand insights regarding the many injustices and violent environment in the land of the Prince of Peace. He graciously sent back a recorded audio response upon which this column is based. Bishop Shomali






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Proposed synod on married priests ‘was voted down by Pope’s advisers’

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The synod will instead focus on ‘Young People, Faith, and Vocational Discernment’ The topic of the next synod has been announced as “Young People, Faith, and Vocational Discernment”, according to a Vatican statement released today. But according to one respected Vatican journalist, the synod – a meeting of bishops which will take place in 2014






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When Canterbury and Rome meet in a common mission

Pope Francis and the Archbishop of Canterbury will pray tonight in the church in Rome from where St. Augustine was sent to evangelize the English. The Anglican-Catholic search for unity is switching from theological dialogue to joint mission. In the history of this pontificate, October 2016 may come to be seen as the focal point of






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