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Posted on Mar 14, 2014 in DeSales Blog

Xaverian Students Find Poverty Hits Close to Home
Six juniors from Xaverian in Bay Ridge traveled to Romero Center’s Urban Challenge Program in Camden, N.J., to participate in service projects with the homeless, young children and individuals infected with HIV/AIDS. Read their reflections.

Christ the King’s Sierra Calhoun Named NY Girls Basketball Player of the Year
Award from USA Today / Gatorade Company recognizes athletic excellence, academic achievement, and exemplary character demonstrated on and off the court.

DiMarzio on Immigration: We Need to Reform the System (Currents)
Bishop DiMarzio is an expert on matters of migration and refugees. In our latest “Into The Deep,” he talks with News Director Ed Wilkinson about his recent activities.

Restore the Joy in Your Marriage (WOW)
Dr. Debra Castaldo, Ph.D., author of Gifts of Love, offers relationship tips for married couples — from newlyweds to seasoned marriages.

Francis’ Evangelii Gaudium is Rome’s Biggest Seller for Decades (Catholic Herald)
The document has sold twice as well as any previous papal documents, despite being published three months ago. Some bishops are buying it for all their priests.

Letter from Syria: A Fourth Lent Spent in War (Independent Catholic News)
The Archbishop of Damascus writes, “Christians of Syria accounted for 4.5% of the population before the war. What will it be after the war? 47 churches have closed; two priests have been martyred…12 nuns were abducted.”