The faithful servant of Christ and the Church who was assassinated by Soviet communists — By: Catholic News Agency

Blessed Theodore Romzha. Left: A painting in the Basilian monastery of Glen Cove, New York, painted in the 1980s. Photo taken by Josaphat Vladimir Timkovic, OSBM. Right: An icon of Theodore Romzha, St. Anthony’s Church at Russicum. / Credit: Misko3, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons; Vladimir, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons Detroit, Mich.,…

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‘Make the rosary your lifeline’ – Why pilgrims came to the Vatican’s synod rosary procession — By: The Pillar

When the bells at St. Peter’s Basilica chimed nine o’clock on Saturday evening, hundreds of Catholics joined a candlelight rosary procession, praying the rosary in several languages as a steam of candles formed a lighted ribbon around the edges St. Peter’s Square. The Oct. 21 procession was the third to be held this month, as…

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