Catholic Faith

March 13, 2014

Falsely Accused Irish Priest Returns to Ministry With Joy

Father Eugene Boland was accused in 2010 of indecent assault on a teenage girl, and he was acquitted by a jury in 2012.

March 12, 2014

Group of 200 Catholic Employers Sues to Block HHS Mandate

The lawsuit, from an association that represents more than 19,000 employees nationwide, charges that the Affordable Care Act compels the violation of religious beliefs.

March 12, 2014

Casting a Wide Net: Pope Francis’ Inaugural Year

COMMENTARY

March 11, 2014

Olympic Gold Medalist Shares Sochi Experience

Bobsledder Curt Tomasevicz recounts his awesome adventures on the ice.

March 11, 2014

Polls Prompt Call to Educate Catholics on the Beauty of Marriage

'Although there is a concerted effort to redefine marriage, this attempt still cannot change the fact that marriage can only ever be between one man and one woman,' says a spokesman for the U.S. bishops.

March 10, 2014

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March 10, 2014

Pope Francis Chooses Global Leadership for Vatican Economic Office

The move follows the Holy Father’s guidelines, as set out in his Feb. 24 ‘motu proprio’ Fidelis Dispensator et Prudens (For the Management of the Economic Aspects of the Holy See).

March 7, 2014

Francis Gives an Ignatian Twist to the 2014 Vatican Lenten Retreat

Drawing on the spirituality of the founder of his Jesuit order, the Holy Father has moved this year’s retreat to a secluded retreat center near Castel Gandolfo.

March 7, 2014

Archbishop Fulton Sheen Alleged Miracle Passes Major Vatican Test

The Vatican’s medical team unanimously approved the healing of a stillborn baby as unexplainable by science, marking a major step toward the beatification of the beloved American archbishop.

March 6, 2014

Virginia Bishop to Fathers: Reject Pornography; Protect Yourself and Your Family

Bishop Paul Loverde of Arlington added a preface to his 2006 pastoral letter ‘Bought With a Price.’

March 4, 2014

Cardinal Müller Discusses Divorced-Remarried Reception of Communion and Liberation Theology

An exclusive Register interview with the prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, who became a new cardinal at last month’s consistory.

March 3, 2014

Ukrainian Catholic Archbishop Prays for Crimea

Protesters take refuge and pray for peace in one of two tent-chapels in Maidan Square in Kiev, Ukraine.

February 28, 2014

Belgium’s Child-Euthanasia Move Deplored as ‘Unbelievable’

Members of the Pontifical Academy for Life convened Feb. 20-21 for a workshop on aging and disability at the Pontifical Augustinianum University.

February 26, 2014

Legion of Christ Completes Extraordinary General Chapter

Cardinal Velasio De Paolis says the congregation has dealt with the questions concerning its disgraced founder, ‘the one issue to which all the rest of the questions were connected.’

February 26, 2014

Benedict XVI Affirms Absolute Validity of His Resignation

The Italian daily newspaper La Stampa published excerpts of a letter from the pope emeritus, who called speculation over his abdication ‘absurd.’

February 25, 2014

‘Crashed Ice’ Leads Many to National Shrine of the Apostle Paul

The annual event takes place literally on the steps of the St. Paul, Minn., cathedral, making it a perfect opportunity to evangelize and extend some Christian hospitality.

February 24, 2014

Exorcisms in Indiana Reflect God’s Healing Power

While mainstream accounts of the incident focus on the demonic, Catholic experts point to the dominion of God and his Church.

February 24, 2014

Pope Francis to New Cardinals: This Is a Church, Not a Royal Court

At a consistory attended by Pope Emeritus Benedict, the Holy Father gave the red biretta to the 19 newest members of the College of Cardinals.

February 21, 2014

Cardinal Entreats Consistory to Proclaim ‘Gospel of the Family’

Cardinal Walter Kasper spoke Feb. 20 to a gathering of about 150 cardinals, after Pope Francis addressed 'the beauty of family and marriage.'

February 20, 2014

Notre Dame Conference Promotes Catholic Concept of Love

Organized by students, the ninth annual Edith Stein Project brought scholars and undergraduates together for a two-day discussion on the Church’s understanding of relationships.

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