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A Man Who Saw by Hearing

 Jesus Heals Blind Bartimaeus on stained glass in St. Mary Abbot's Church on Kensington High Street in London.
Renata Sedmakova
The miracle of Jesus healing Bartimaeus is depicted in stained glass in St. Mary Abbot's Church on Kensington High Street in London.

User’s Guide to Sunday, Oct. 24

Bishops of Lake Charles, Raleigh Issue Statements on Latin Mass

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Bishop Glen Provost of Lake Charles

“In my many years of having the privilege of celebrating the Sacraments in the Diocese of Lake Charles, I have been continually struck by the tender devotion of the faithful,” said Bishop Provost.

Santa Fe Archdiocese: Woman’s Attempted Ordination Invalid

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The Cathedral Church of St. John in Albuquerque, N.M., seat of the Episcopal Diocese of the Rio Grande, which hosted the attempted ordination of Anne Tropeano Oct. 16, 2021.

Anne Tropeano was the recipient of an attempted priestly ordination held Oct. 16 at the Cathedral Church of St. John, an Episcopalian cathedral in Albuquerque.

Pakistan and England, Orthodoxy and Islamic Extremism

Sir David Amess (l) and Michael Nazir-Ali

Connecting the dots between the killing of Catholic parliamentarian Sir David Amess and the reception of ex-Anglican bishop Michael Nazir-Ali into the Catholic Church.

UK Lawmaker Proposes Adding ‘Amess Amendment’ on Last Rites to Bill

John Keeble
A memorial for Sir David Amess is seen set up in the window of the Belfairs Methodist Church on Oct. 21. Amess was stabbed to death on Oct. 15 during a parliamentary constituent event at the church.

Mike Kane, a Labour member of Parliament, is seeking to add the amendment to current legislation under consideration, British media reported on Oct. 21.

For Nancy Pelosi: A Rose, a Prayer and a Letter

Natallia Ustsinava
Photo illustration of a red rose and votive candle

COMMENTARY: A former ‘pro-choice’ journalist who’s now pro-life urges the Speaker of the House to ‘go into the deepest, interior part of your being, and listen in silent solitude to your maternal heart.’

‘This Is the Truth’ — Edith Stein Saw Human Dignity in the Light of the Cross

Left: The so-called “passport” photo taken in the doorway of the Cologne Carmel around 1938. Center: Edith Stein as a student in Breslau around 1913. Right: Edith Stein holding her niece; date unknown.

Through Christ’s love on the cross, St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross perceived the heights of human dignity and the depth of offenses against it, from Auschwitz to abortion.

New Book Looks at the World of Marian Apparitions

Cover of ‘The World of Marian Apparitions’ by Wincenty Łaszewski

‘The World of Marian Apparitions’ by Wincenty Łaszewski is perhaps the greatest visual compilation of modern Marian apparitions ever assembled.