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New Arise podcast features Archbishop Perez as first guest

A new archdiocesan podcast series features a sit-down with Philadelphia's tenth archbishop, who shares his thoughts on hope amid the pandemic (along with his favorite foods and films).

Come, Holy Spirit!

Catholic author and speaker Gary Zimak unpacks the Mass readings for Pentecost Sunday and reminds you of one of the most effective prayers you can ever pray.

Tune in to hear the Lord’s voice

Catholic author and speaker Gary Zimak shares how you can recognize the Good Shepherd as he speaks in your daily life.

Jesus delivers us from plagues, above all sin and despair

Christ gave his body and blood to cleanse us of iniquity, says Father Joseph LoJacono. The Lord provides for us richly even amid barrenness, giving us the hope of eternal life.

Holy Week and last-minute livestreamed Masses

Should parishes that haven't already been broadcasting their Masses try to do so for the Easter Triduum? Oblate Father Thomas Dailey and producer Dan Kearns share their insights on digital worship with Inside CatholicPhilly.com.

Christ transforms our suffering into new life

We often feel alone in hardship, an isolation Jesus knows well through his Passion and Death. Christopher Massaro, a seminarian at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, shares how Christ enters into our sorrow and leads us to the joy of the Resurrection.

In the coronavirus crisis, who gets medical care?

Health care professionals are facing too many patients with too few resources. Bioethicist Steven Bozza shares with Inside CatholicPhilly.com how doctors can meet this challenge while upholding the sanctity of human life.

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.