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An Ordinary Purpose

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Sr. Tommie and Cassie

Cassie Herman Kralovec writes of her year living with elderly nuns in NYC after graduating from the University of Notre Dame. She writes, “The meaning in my experience [was] quiet and humble, born of God’s inscrutable design.” Read it in The Notre Dame Magazine here: An Ordinary Purpose

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Pope Francis Spends His Friday With People in Drug, Alcohol Recovery

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Pope Francis at AA

The Church is supposed to be God’s big family. Universal but not uniform. Pope Francis has spent this Friday during the Year of Mercy with addicts in recovery. More from CNAPope Francis Spends His Friday With People in Recovery

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‘The Catholic Catalogue’: Author Q&A with Anna Keating and Melissa Musick

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Melissa and Anna

“It’s meant to be taken into the wilderness of daily life.” We’re in America talking about our new bookThe Catholic Catalogue. Read it here: Q&A with Anna Keating and Melissa Musick. Listen to Brandi Carlile’s “The Eye” after the jump:

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Why Is It So Hard to Make a Good Movie About God?

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the film Room

Why is it so hard to make a good movie about the life of Jesus? Melissa Musick suggests it’s because we can’t get directly at God, and so must proceed — as Jesus does — by analogy. She writes, ” Someone this spring will suggest a seasonal viewing of some gore-soaked movie of Christ’s passion.” Read it after the jump:

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