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If you haven't been following the situation in the South Sudan, this article gives a good overview and explains why the Catholic bishops of the country are stepping up their call for international aid. Severe famine is expected to hit the country by April.
cnstopstories.com By Simon Caldwell Catholic News Service MANCHESTER, England (CNS) — South Sudan’s Catholic bishops asked for the world’s help to prevent mass starvation that threatens the lives o…
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Fun fact: That newly discovered planet system that could potentially support life is named after one of the telescopes that found it. That telescope, TRAPPIST "Transiting Planets and Planetesimals Small Telescope," alludes to the exploration project's Belgian roots and Trappist beer.
nwcatholic.org The quest to find life on other planets got a boost when astronomers confirmed the existence of at least seven Earth-sized planets orbiting a red dwarf star just 40 light years away.
What's the most interesting comment you've gotten about your ashes on Ash Wednesday, in person or on social media?
nwcatholic.org The online posting of one's ashes, often marked in the form of a cross on the forehead, thrills some people and disappoints others.
Catholic Advocacy Day, a day for Catholics to head to the state capitol to speak with their legislators, is in a few weeks.
nwcatholic.org More than 600 Catholics from around the Archdiocese of Seattle will talk to state legislators about housing, health care and fair treatment legislation during Catholic Advocacy Day March 16.
This deacon and a group of Catholic volunteers serves Seattle Children's Hospital patients and their families.
digital.olivesoftware.com Rev. Martha Dimmers, manager of pastoral and spiritual care at Seattle Children’s, stands with Deacon Denny Duffell and Alicia Lanzner, a member of the volunteer-led Camillus group at St. Bridget Parish in Seattle, Wash., that ministers to Catholic patients and their families at the nearby hospital.
Conditions continue to worsen in South Sudan where civil war has led to famine.
nwcatholic.org Pope Francis appealed for humanitarian assistance to South Sudan where famine threatens the lives of millions of people already suffering due to a three-year civil war.
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