Catholic Faith

June 25, 2014

Nigerian Bishop: Government Corruption Contributes to Boko Haram Violence

He spoke at a conference about the current crisis in his country.

June 24, 2014

Archbishop Lori: The Church Must Be Free to Imitate Christ Through Service

The Baltimore archbishop encouraged the faithful to cultivate the gift of charity through the Eucharist.

June 24, 2014

Hate Group’s Presence Shocks Attendees at Priest’s Funeral

Protest brings dismay.

June 23, 2014

A Solemnity of Life, Light and Love

COMMENTARY: 750 Years of the Feast of Corpus Christi

June 23, 2014

God’s Immeasurable Love Transforms Lives, Pope Francis Tells Pilgrims

The Holy Father said, 'Every time that we participate in holy Mass and we are nourished by the body of Christ, the presence of Jesus and of the Holy Spirit acts in us, shaping our hearts, communicating interior attitudes to us that translate into behaviors according to the Gospel.'

June 20, 2014

St. John Paul II Relic to Tour East Coast

The first stop will be Saturday in Boston.

June 20, 2014

Ratzinger Prize Honorees Reflect Intellectual Vitality, Cardinal Says

Female Scripture scholar and Polish monsignor are the 2014 recipients.

June 19, 2014

March for Life President: ‘All Issues Are Women’s Issues’

Jeanne Monahan told a Capitol Hill gathering that the potential to be a mother ‘is a huge part of what it means to be a woman, but it’s not the only part.’

June 19, 2014

Archbishop Kurtz: Synod on the Family to Draw on ‘Richness’ of Global Church

Bishops from around the world will gather in Rome Oct. 5-19 to discuss 'pastoral challenges of the family in the context of evangelization.'

June 18, 2014

Europe Must Be Rejuvenated, Pope Tells St. Egidio Community Members

Holy Father says that society needs the young and the old in order to have hope.

June 17, 2014

Nancy Pelosi Echoes Calls for San Francisco Archbishop to Snub June 19 March for Marriage

Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone rejects demands that he cancel his plans to address the march.

June 17, 2014

Bosnia Event Looks at Religious Violence in Light of World War I

The years of World War I kicked off an unprecedented era in violence against humanity.

June 16, 2014

Pope’s World Mission Day Message: Humanity Needs Christ

The Holy Father said World Mission Day, Oct. 19, is an 'occasion to rekindle the desire and the moral obligation' to take part in the life of the Church.

June 16, 2014

Rome Church Restoration Boosted by Unique 3-D Scanner

A scientific researcher in Rome said the new technology offers advantages that photography cannot provide.

June 13, 2014

Catholic Charities Ministers to Unprecedented Flood of Young Latino Immigrants

A new center in McAllen, Texas, is part of the Church response to the surge triggered by harsh conditions in Central America and changes in U.S. deportation policies.

June 13, 2014

Pope Francis: God Always Prepares Us for Our Mission

The Holy Father said to use the gift of discernment, just as the prophet Elijah did in discerning the will of God in a slight breeze.

June 13, 2014

What Did St. Anthony of Padua Look Like?

Using the latest digital technology, forensic experts attempt to reconstruct the face of the ‘Hammer of Heretics.’

June 13, 2014

Bishops to Include Pope Francis and Benedict Writings in Revised Voting Document

The update to ‘Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship’ was unanimously approved at the bishops’ annual meeting in New Orleans.

June 12, 2014

Vatican to U.S. Bishops: Show People the Power of (Family) Love

The U.S. bishops must give people hope that they can ‘create joyful and solid families,’ said Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia.

June 11, 2014

What Has Happened to the United Nations?

COMMENTARY: The international body is becoming more and more a machine that fashions the language of human rights into a weapon of religious oppression.

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