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Features
Features
Judy Roberts
The congress continues to include controversial presentations, but Catholic leaders who participate stress it as opportunity to share the faith.
World
John Power
Catholics will gather Down Under in hundreds of locales around their country May 13, the feast of Our Lady of Fatima.
Features
Stephen Beale
Innovative ways of communicating are paying dividends in helping young Americans to discern religious life.
Features
Kathleen Naab
Church continues to sound the alarm amid epidemic.
Nation
Joan Frawley Desmond
Professor has cemented her national and international reputation as a staunch supporter of Paul VI’s encyclical.
Nation
Charlotte Hays
Archbishop Alexander Sample celebrated a pontifical high Mass at the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception Saturday.
Culture of Life
Thomas L. McDonald
The Archdiocese of New York is digitizing 8 million sacramental records.
Travel
Rachel Lanz
The Virgin of Revelation story reflects the power of good over evil.
In Person
Patti Armstrong
He entered the Church from the Presbyterian tradition during the Easter vigil Mass this year.
Nation
Sabrina Ferrisi
What makes a diocese fertile ground for encouraging men to follow a path to the Catholic priesthood?
Education
Joan Frawley Desmond
ANALYSIS: The prophetic nature of Pope Paul VI’s encyclical was on display at a recent symposium hosted by The Catholic University of America.
Features
Joseph Pronechen
‘Jubilee of the Word Marathon’ 2018 is underway
Features
Kimberly Scott
Yes, my son, Christ is risen!
Features
Nicholas Wolfram Smith
The European nation’s new law sharply restricting Sunday shopping provides an opportunity to take a closer look at American habits.
Editorial
The Editors
EDITORIAL
Features
Matthew E. Bunson
From St. Kateri Tekakwitha to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton and beyond, learn who became a member of the Church.
Features
Joseph Pronechen
Film, available on DVD, delves into mysterious holy cloth.
Books
Nick Manetto
BOOK REVIEW: The Fourth Cup
Commentary
Salvador Ryan
COMMENTARY: The flesh-and-blood saint from the fifth century tells his story in his own words.
Culture of Life
Joseph Pronechen
50 years after his death, devotion to humble Capuchin burns brightly.
Features
Brian O’Neel
The witness of Veronica Antal.
Features
Brian O’Neel
A look at the holy lives moving toward beatification.
Nation
Peter Jesserer Smith
Although church closings often make the news, new Catholic communities continue to form and grow thanks to lay and priest collaboration.
Features
Sabrina Arena Ferrisi
A recent Department of Defense report about a credible UFO sighting in 2004 renews discussion about how science and faith have addressed the possibility of intelligent life on other planets.
In Person
Joseph Pronechen
Jennifer Hubbard lost her 6-year-old daughter Catherine in the 2012 tragedy.
In Person
Trent Beattie
KC Royals’ Nick Pratto learns proper priorities.
Books
Elisabeth Deffner
Tips for fruitfully diving into Holy Scripture.
Books
Katie Warner
Improve Prayer Time by Putting Pen to Paper
Culture of Life
Joseph Pronechen
Holy people whose feasts fall during these 40 days can light the way.
Culture of Life
Grace Emily Stark
Family Matters: Catholic Living