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August 16th in Goodness Radar, GR News & Media, Pope Culture, The Catholic Way, World Youth Day by . no comment .

Goodness Reigns 2016 Contest Winners Announced

Mercy was the theme of the 2016 Goodness Reigns Film Contest. Submissions were featured as part of the Youth Fest Cinema Program during World Youth Day in Krakow, Poland, July 28, 2016.

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July 27th in Goodness Radar, The Catholic Way by . no comment .

Goodness on the Streets

In a conversation later Guido revealed that his childhood was rough; his mom put liquor in his baby bottle. When he was older, he and his brother would empty the wallets of the men their mother was busy with in a different room. Despite these hardships, he knew goodness and desired it in spite of obstacles.

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July 3rd in Goodness Radar, GR News & Media, The Catholic Way by . no comment .

Winner of Rosary Drawing Announced; Contest Ends

It’s a Wrap for the 2015 “Power of the Rosary” Film Contest and Rosary Drawing. Ashly of the United Kingdom will receive the Rosary blessed by Pope Francis as part of the contest sponsored by Our Lady’s Rosary Makers ( She had this to say about the Rosary: “I have …

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March 5th in Goodness Radar, GR News & Media, OMJesus & Saints, Pope Culture, The Catholic Way by . no comment .

Satanism, Pompeii and the Rosary – Bizarre Tale Surrounds Francis’ Upcoming Trip

Read about Blessed Bartolo Longo, the founder of modern Pompeii, and how the Rosary aided his return to Christianity. Share your story on the power of the Rosary in our current contest. Visit

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April 3rd in The Catholic Way by . no comment .

Darkness & Light, Blindness & Sight

In what ways am I blind? Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB, of Salt + Light TV, offers insights into this week’s Gospel story of Jesus’ healing of the blind man.

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December 25th in Pope Culture, The Catholic Way by . no comment .

Benedict XVI: God Is Faithful But Surprising

“The child that was born in Bethlehem did indeed bring liberation, but not only for the people of that time and place — he was to be the Savior of all people throughout the world and throughout history,” proclaimed the Pope Benedict. (As reported by Zenit News Service)

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December 5th in OMJesus & Saints, The Catholic Way by . no comment .

December’s GR Quest Is Here and so Is a Camera for the Winner!

Submit your responses in the comment area below and we’ll announce the winner in early January.

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November 30th in Pope Culture, The Catholic Way by . no comment .

As Advent Begins, Pope Asks “What does my heart long for most?”

From small moments to the grandest of our lives, Pope Benedict XVI reflects on the “profoundly human reality” of waiting. Reported by Zenit News Service (

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November 7th in OMJesus & Saints, World Youth Day by . no comment .

Painting Depicts the Patron Saints of WYD 2011

Proceeds From Merchandise Sales to Help Send Youth to World Youth Day 2011 in Madrid, Spain

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October 29th in The Catholic Way by . no comment .

Writer Treats Us to Short History, Significance of Halloween

“Halloween is about death. We see it in the withering of the flowers and the falling of the leaves. So at Halloween, we laugh at death. We hang up silly skeletons, use plastic skulls for candy dishes, put on costumes and eat junk. We do this and enjoy life on this side while we have it. For someday, we will all be part of that celebrated Communion of Saints.”
-Anne Neuberger, contributor to Our Sunday Visitor

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