Monday, July 27, 2015

Five Things To Remember On July 27

1. Forty-five thousand sign up for next year's World Youth Day in Krakow, Poland only a few hours after registration opened yesterday. Pope Francis was the first to register. Follow for all U.S. pilgrim information.

2. Cardinal William Baum, former archbishop of Washington and the longest serving U.S. Cardinal, died Thursday. Learn more about his life and see remembrances of his contributions to the Catholic Church.

3. Catholic News Service launched a new version of their site. Check out all the great features at

4. Natural Family Planning Awareness Week came to a close during the weekend, but you can find an NFP class through

5. God loves you.

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