Monthly Archives: November 2014

Talk a Walk Through Little-Known Catholic London With EWTN’s Joanna Bogle

You probably learned the song “London Bridge is falling down” as a child. But did you know that the phrase “my fair lady” may refer to the Blessed Mother, to whom the victory for the battle between the very pagan … Continue reading

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“Along the Border” Showcases Life-Changing Testimonies from Missionaries & Volunteers in Diocese of Arlington’s Bánica Mission

Miriam is a 13-year-old girl from the town of Bánica in the Dominican Republic, who was sold as a “wife” to a 40-year-old man by her own father. The reason? Her father couldn’t afford to feed his family. Andrea is … Continue reading

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