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Mother Emanuel one year later

One year ago, nine people were killed in a Bible Study at Emanuel AME Zion Church in Charleston, SC. The citizens of the city and the members of the congregation are still coming to terms with the tragedy.

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Apostle to the Apostles

Pope Francis has elevated the celebration of St. Mary Magdalene, July 22nd, from that of a “memorial” to a “feast,” recognizing her as the first witness to Christ’s resurrection and as a “true and authentic evangelizer.”

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