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Culture of Life
Nicholas Wolfram Smith
Fifty years later, Catholics remember the sacrifice of a priest and nun who risked their lives to save children and the Blessed Sacrament from a deadly fire.
Commentary
Edward Sri
COMMENTARY: Part 1
Travel
Angelo Stagnaro
TRAVEL feature: Oscars-related
Travel
Brian O’Neel
The number of Americans proposed for sainthood has risen to 79.
Education
Stephen Beale
The California college will offer classes on its new Massachusetts campus next fall.
Travel
Angelo Stagnaro
The holy happenings of Sister Blandina Segale, Father Patrick Ryan and Father Bernard Quinn.
Travel
Brian O’Neel
A Look at Six Holy Lives for Black Catholic History Month
Movies
Steven D. Greydanus
There was rich and rewarding fare on movie screens in 2016 — if you knew where to look.
Culture of Life
Joseph Pronechen
How the Holy Fathers Have Honored Our Lady’s Apparitions
Culture of Life
Joseph Pronechen
Model of fatherhood linked to Marian apparitions.
Travel
Susanna M. Bolle
A European Pilgrimage
Commentary
Salvador Ryan
COMMENTARY: The flesh-and-blood saint from the fifth century tells his story in his own words.
World
Michael Kelly
A U.S. Benedictine community has planted roots in the Emerald Isle, becoming the first new monastery in the Diocese of Meath since the Reformation.
Books
Joseph Pronechen
The Bible and the Sacraments is a free DVD series offered by the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology.
Movies
Steven D. Greydanus
Can any movie depict the Trinity? Why do bad things happen to good people? The controversial Christian best-seller comes to the big screen.
Culture of Life
Joseph Pronechen
Practice penance with an eye on Our Lady.
Nation
Trent Beattie
Senior Joe Burger productively perseveres according to family tradition.
Vatican
Hannah Brockhaus/CNA/EWTN News
The money ‘is intended as a first and immediate concrete expression of the feelings of paternal spiritual closeness and encouragement of the Holy Father,’ an Oct. 14 communiqué from the Vatican read.
Features
Church Pop
West Virginia priest Father Bill Matheny won money on trivia TV show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
Features
CNA/EWTN News
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan reportedly says he will no longer defend the GOP candidate after Trump's graphic comments about women were published Oct. 7.
Features
CNA/EWTN News
Cardinal Timothy Dolan in letter about new independent compensation program: ‘As this Year of Mercy nears its conclusion, it is fitting and proper that we take this opportunity to ask forgiveness.’
Features
Paul Kengor
COMMENTARY: As physical fitness has recently become an issue in the 2016 presidential race, it's worth looking at past presidents who took ill during their service.
Features
Edward Pentin
The order’s communications director, Jesuit Father Patrick Mulemi, explains to the Register how the election will be conducted and what kind of leader his order is seeking.
Features
Matt Hadro/CNA/EWTN News
Religion can’t be a private thing, said Father Thomas Petri, dean of the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C. He pointed to Pope St. John Paul’s encyclical Evangelium Vitae, which insists that the right to life is the ‘primary right.’
Features
Elise Harris/CNA/EWTN News
‘His Holiness Pope Francis expresses his sadness and assures his prayer for all those who have lost a loved one,’ the Oct. 7 telegram read.
Features
Elise Harris/CNA/EWTN News
The two signed a joint declaration this week.
Features
Matthew Bunson
ANALYSIS: Vice-presidential debates rarely turn elections in either direction. But for one night, the pro-life cause had a politician proclaiming the sanctity of life before the nation.
Features
Hannah Brockhaus/CNA/EWTN News
On Oct. 5, Pope Francis gave a recap of his recent trip to Georgia and Azerbaijan, praising their faith and cultural roots.
Features
CNA/EWTN News
The lawsuit’s plaintiffs, the Vermont Alliance for Ethical Healthcare and the Christian Medical and Dental Association, object to state officials’ requirements that could force physicians to refer for assisted suicide under the 2013 assisted-suicide law.
Features
Elise Harris/CNA/EWTN News
Bishop Paul Etienne of Cheyenne, Wyoming, will be the new archbishop of Anchorage, Alaska, and Bishop Michael Burbidge of Raleigh, North Carolina, will head the Diocese of Arlington, Virginia.