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U.S. News gives Thomas Aquinas College top marks

Thomas Aquinas College (TAC) received high praise from the U.S. News & World Report, Best Colleges 2016 Guidebook, as the private college was given top marks for a high retention rate, low student debt and small class size.

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Grief counseling offered for the widowed and divorced

The Beginning Experience Ministry will offer a grief resolution process for adults and children suffering the loss of a loved one through death, divorce or separation.

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Loyola students return from Pope Francis trip

Eighteen sophomores and juniors from Loyola High School of Los Angeles travelled to Philadelphia to greet Pope Francis as part of 2 Philly 4 Francis: Ignatian Pilgrims on the Journey. St. Joseph’s Preparatory School, a Jesuit high school in Philadelphia, organized the event, which lasted from Sept. 24 to Sept. 28.



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St. Anthony High School celebrates 95th anniversary

St. Anthony High School recently hosted a very special party in the courtyard of this historic Long Beach campus, welcoming alumni, students, parents, staff, faculty and community members to celebrate the school’s 95th anniversary.

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News around the World

Chicago shrine seeks help to rebuild after devastating fire

This morning the Shrine of Christ the King Sovereign Priest in Chicago launched an online restoration fund following Wednesday's fire at the church, which collapsed much of its roof.

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Proclaim the beauty of God's plan for family, Archbishop Gomez tells synod

Archbishop Jose Gomez of Los Angeles addressed his fellow synod fathers on Saturday, encouraging the Church in sharing the beauty of the Creator's plan for creation, the human person, and the family.

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Pope Francis establishes new dorm for Rome's homeless men

Pope Francis and his brother Jesuits in Rome have converted an old travel agency building into a new homeless shelter for men, just in time for the cold winter months.

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Polish archbishop: Unless we recognize sin, Christ’s incarnation is meaningless

In a wide-ranging and hard-hitting interview with EWTN Germany, Archbishop Stanislaw Gadecki of Poznan, president of the Polish bishops' conference, said that were we to cease to recognize sinfulness, then Christ's Incarnation would be rendered “void of its meaning.”

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Caring for our soul

Father Ronald Rolheiser, OMI

What does it profit you if you gain the whole world but suffer the loss of your own soul?




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