Martyr remembered for his deep faith and pastoral presence Sept. 23.
Medieval Tapestry Highlights the ‘Last Things’
Francis visited with the patients, offering them words of encouragement and hope.
Who is responsible when a stranger dies and no one seems to know or care? Everyone, according to the Dardennes’ latest morally charged social parable.
However, polls reveal an uphill struggle for the Church, even among Catholics.
Archbishop Paul Gallagher cited special role of women and religious personnel in offering an avenue of trust to victims.
EDITORIAL: A look at the recent Senate hearing questioning of Notre Dame law professor and Catholic mother of seven.
Early alumni reflect on their learning at the Washington campus.
Pope Francis expands the U.S. bishops’ role in the preparation of liturgical translations, but canonists challenge the suggestion that Rome will rubber-stamp proposed text.