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In Person
Brian O’Neel
The well-known Pentecostal preacher converted to Catholicism in ’01 — and brought his congregation with him.
Books
Brian O’Neel
BOOK PICK: Defenders of the Unborn
Culture of Life
Brian O’Neel
Meet Mother Adèle Garnier, foundress of the Tyburn Nuns.
Books
Brian O’Neel
The Smile of a Ragpicker is an example of the very best sort of saint’s story.
Culture of Life
Brian O’Neel
With Changes in the Sainthood-Making Process Initiated by Pope St. John Paul II, Causes of Young Saints Began to Proliferate
Culture of Life
Brian O’Neel
Celebrations abound across the country.
Features
Brian O’Neel
Grassroots effort hopes the prayers will move his canonization cause along.
Culture of Life
Brian O’Neel
In the 12 years since her death, advocates for the disabled and vulnerable say these populations have become even more at risk of suffering the same fate.
Nation
Brian O’Neel
St. Therese Catholic Chapel shuts down after nearly 50 years of operation, but others continue to offer prayerful spaces.
Travel
Brian O’Neel
The number of Americans proposed for sainthood has risen to 79.
Travel
Brian O’Neel
A Look at Six Holy Lives for Black Catholic History Month
World
Brian O’Neel
Catholic aid comes post-hurricane and amid continued disaster recovery.
BRIAN O'NEEL
COMMENTARY: Canonization and beatification aren’t equivalent to induction into a hall of fame. The Church cannot risk raising up someone for such veneration without definitive proof.
BRIAN O’NEEL
Father Doug McKay founded the Our House recovery home in 1997, two years after his own brother died in a nearby crack house.
BRIAN O'NEEL
How did the Year of Consecrated Life impact ‘hidden’ vocations?