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Feeding the hungry in a pandemic
With the coronavirus, thousands of families look to archdiocesan food pantries for help. Sarah Hanley of the Catholic Foundation of Greater Philadelphia shares with Inside CatholicPhilly how you can assist those in critical need.
Through tears to the joy of new life
Before raising Lazarus from the dead, Jesus first allowed himself to weep. Seminarian Andrew Auletta shares with Inside CatholicPhilly.com how you can still cry at the sad parts, even when you know the story has a happy ending.
Letting the Lord heal our blindness
We are all born blind to our true dignity as beloved children of God. Andrew Lane, a seminarian at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in Wynnewood, shares how Christ longs to heal us so that we can heal others and our wounded world.
Faith moves online during coronavirus pandemic
Oblate Father Thomas Dailey shares with Inside CatholicPhilly.com how livestreamed Masses can sustain our relationship with God and with each other amid the pandemic.
Christ provides the living water for every thirst
Ricardo Tobar, a seminarian at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, shares how Jesus awaits us at the point of our greatest need -- and once we have received his love, it will overflow into others' lives.
The power of a great story
Stories connect us to each other, and to time itself. Father Thomas Dailey shares with Inside CatholicPhilly.com how the power of stories draws us closer to God, who reveals himself in the greatest story of all: the Word made flesh.
Without the Cross, there can be no crown
Henry Graebe, a seminarian at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in Wynnewood, shares with Inside CatholicPhilly.com how Christ's transfiguration prepares us for his Passion.
The desert of Lent reveals God’s footprints
Eric Tamney, a seminarian from St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in Wynnewood, shares with Inside CatholicPhilly.com how the temptation of Christ calls us to focus us on our relationship with the Father.
Archbishop Perez greets his new flock
After being named the new shepherd of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, Archbishop-elect Nelson J. Perez recorded his thoughts on returning to the church "that formed and ordained him."
Happy Valentine’s Day, from Jesus and St. Francis De Sales
Father Thomas Dailey shares with Inside CatholicPhilly.com how a 17th-century bishop provides some of the best advice on finding lasting love, which the Lord pours out upon all through the heart of his Son.