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Idaho Catholics follow Eucharist across the state in record numbers

Hundreds of devout Idaho Catholics participated in the first-ever National Eucharistic Pilgrimage, following the Blessed Sacrament across the state for nearly 300 miles over 5 days. The historic procession deepened the faithful's devotion and love for Jesus in the Eucharist.

The 3 W’s of being a pilgrim: Walking, watching and waiting

Follow Lisa Ormond's life-changing pilgrimage in Idaho. Experience the power of faith and the joy of seeking a divine encounter.

Caitlin Clark: How the Catholic Basketball Star Captivated a Nation

Caitlin Clark, a practicing Catholic, uses her faith as the source for her relentless pursuit of excellence in basketball, which has helped her team - Iowa Hawkeyes - reach the final four of the NCAA tournament.

Scorsese’s Gods of the Streets Are Rarely Far Off in His Films

Martin Scorsese stands in a long line of Catholic American filmmakers, stretching back to the 1930s and 1940s. At a time when Catholicism still seemed foreign to many Americans, those directors helped normalize the faith, making it seem like part of a shared American story.

For Lent Let’s Give Up Negativity and Replace It with Positive Action

Attitudes about Lent have changed over the decades. Instead of “giving up” something for Lent, the approach is more about growing closer to Christ in more meaningful ways.

Valentine’s Day and Ash Wednesday Coincide this Year: What’s a Catholic to Do?

For the first time since 2018, Ash Wednesday and Valentine’s Day fall on the same day. It has happened three times in the last century – 1923, 1934 and 1945 – and will happen again in 2029 for the final time this century.

FāVS Writers to Participate in Jewish Film Festival Panel Feb. 1

Writers from FāVS News will be participating in a panel discussion on Feb. 1 as part of the 20th Annual Spokane Jewish Film Festival.

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