January 12, 2017

Labouré’s Elizabeth Santorum Appears on EWTN

Elizabeth speaks of the Labouré Society’s efforts to help those with vocations to the priesthood or religious life find the financial aid they need to answer God’s call in this life show hosted by Fr. Mitch Pacwa.

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August 23, 2016

Labouré Organization Change

Dear Friends, The Laboure Society has a new Executive Director and a new President of the Board. As of August 19, 2016, David Tompos has taken the helm as our new Executive Director and Bill Bojan will serve as the President of the Board of Directors.  Both men come to Labouré sharing decades of executive […]

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July 27, 2016

Celebrating the Canonization of St. Catherine Labouré

This is the day (July 27) in 1947 that Pope Pius the Twelfth declared Blessed Catherine Labouré a saint!  Let us be particularly mindful today of how, through the Miraculous Medal, she became our Patroness. Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, intercede for us; Saint Catherine Labouré, pray for us.

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July 14, 2016

Student loan debt halts N.Y. woman’s dream to become a nun

CBS News – July 13, 2016 NEW YORK — A young woman wants to be a nun, but has been told she can’t until she pays off her debts. As CBS New York reported, a fashion designer by day, 28-year-old Alida Taylor said her calling to become a nun was not always clear. After graduating […]

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June 20, 2016

Irish priest who saved thousands in WW2 honoured at Vatican

By Aaron James The Vatican’s honoured an Irish priest who saved thousands of Jews and Allied Soldiers during World War II. Fr Hugh O’Flaherty disguised himself from the Nazi secret police and set up safe houses for thousands of soldiers in Rome between 1943-44 including one right next to the secret police’s main headquarters in […]

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June 13, 2016

Sisters of Life hold up dignity of single moms in 25-year-old ministry

By Beth Griffin Catholic News Service NEW YORK (CNS) — On a drizzly gray morning in early May, the bright kitchen at Visitation Mission on Manhattan’s East Side was filled with the sound of laughter and the inviting aromas of fresh-cut vegetables and baking cookies as postulants and novices of the Sisters of Life prepared […]

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June 6, 2016

Blueprint for Ordination Success: the Diocese of Lincoln, Nebraska

So often these days we read of the ongoing collapse of Catholicism in the west.  In diocese after diocese we see parishes and schools closing or consolidating, a decline in priests as older clergy pass away at rates higher than new ordinations, and a widespread loss of the next generation to either the secular left […]

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May 30, 2016

Why I wear the habit – a nun’s reflection on religious life

By Ann Schneible Rome, Italy, May 6, 2016 / 12:02 pm (CNA/EWTN News). As Pope Francis’ year dedicated to consecrated life comes to a close, one nun shared her thoughts on the how her religious garb serves as a “visible sign” that God exists and loves every person. Though the official Year for Consecrated Life […]

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