The estate sale discovery in Waterville, Maine, was authenticated to be a leaf from what’s known as The Beauvais Missal valued at between $5,000 to $10,000.
Author Deacon Dennis Lambert’s focus is on the Catholic concept of “real presence” and a better understanding of Catholic beliefs about the Eucharist and holy Communion.
Our Mother of Africa Chapel showed how the African American story is present at the basilica — the “spiritual home for the church in the United States.”
In Catholic books, an African American perspective is usually missing; these two books attempt to address that important gap in different and complementary ways.
Sister Rose Marie says the Native people call the training program on solar power “energy sovereignty.”
Since the first pair of socks were made featuring Pope Francis, about 80 other pairs have been created, including ones of St. Joseph, Our Lady of Fatima, St. Francis of Assisi, St. Teresa of Kolkata, St. Joan of Arc and the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Father Boyle said people are more divided today and an idea of “othering” has taken place — where individuals or groups of people treat others as different from themselves.
Author Phil Klay writes about what war, armed conflict and bloodshed do to the human soul.