A Service of EWTN
Nation
Christine Rousselle/CNA/EWTN NEWS
‘The Dreamers have been waiting for decades for Congress to do its job and pass immigration reform legislation,’ the archbishop said in a statement that urged local Catholics to contact lawmakers.
Vatican
CNA/EWTN News
The Holy See Press Office stated May 22 that Pope Francis will receive a second group of victims June 1-3.
World
Hannah Brockhaus/CNA/EWTN News
Archbishop Philip Wilson is the most senior Catholic Church official to be convicted of concealing abuse.
Nation
CNA/EWTN News
More than 3,000 people attended Los Angles Mass in honor of Mary, Mother of he Church.
World
Kathleen Naab
ANALYSIS: Three priests were killed there in a single week last month, confirming country’s status as most dangerous place in the world for Catholic clergy.
World
CNA/EWTN News
On May 25, voters will consider a referendum that would repeal the Irish Constitution’s Eighth Amendment, which prohibits abortion.
Commentary
Father Raymond J. de Souza
COMMENTARY: It would be better if comments reportedly made by the Pope in private remained in private, not splashed around the world by news media.
Vatican
Edward Pentin
ANALYSIS: Choices reflect his vision of a Church for the poor, his concern for persecuted Christians and the environment, and his drive to reach out to the peripheries of the Church.
CNA/EWTN News
Juan Carlos Cruz, a victim of Father Fernando Karadima, met with Pope Francis privately in April after being invited to the Vatican along with other victims of abuse.
Vatican
Hannah Brockhaus/CNA/EWTN News
The canonizations will take place during the 2018 Synod of Bishops.
Peter Jesserer Smith
Pro-life leaders acknowledge that Cecile Richards brought the abortion giant to its zenith, but trouble may be ahead.
Thomas L. McDonald
The new name heralds major change for scouting group.
The Editors
EDITORIAL: By repealing the Eighth Amendment, the Irish people would be stripping the unborn of all legal protections.