Catholic News Agency

August 26, 2014

Vatican: Disgraced Papal Nuncio Not Immune to Civil Prosecution

In an Aug. 25 statement, the Vatican said that the former nuncio may ‘be subjected to judicial procedures from the courts that could have specific jurisdiction over him.’

August 25, 2014

Pope Francis: Build Rock-Solid Faith Like St. Peter

In his Angelus address, the Holy Father challenged the faithful to build up the Church ‘in every part of the world.’

August 25, 2014

Cincinnati's 'Ice-Bucket Challenge' Supports John Paul II Institute

The archdiocese encouraged participants to donate to the John Paul II Medical Research Institute, which promotes ethical research.

August 22, 2014

Detroit Mourns Loss of Cardinal Edmund Szoka

The archbishop of Detroit marked the 60th anniversary of his ordination in June.

August 22, 2014

Knights of Columbus and Gary Sinise Unite to Aid Veterans

The veteran actor said, 'It's very important we take care of these heroes.'

August 20, 2014

Archbishop Chaput: We Are at a ‘Latino Moment’ in the U.S. Church

The Philadelphia archbishop told the Catholic Association of Latino Leaders that ‘demography is destiny’ and challenged the attendees to make the most of the moment.

August 19, 2014

Papal Sorrow: Francis Asks for Prayers for His Relatives

The wife and two children of the Holy Father’s nephew were killed in an automobile accident Aug. 19.

June 30, 2014

EWTN Granted Emergency Relief From HHS Contraception Mandate

The decision from the Atlanta-based 11th Circuit Court of Appeals allows the Catholic network to pursue its case in court against the federal government.

June 19, 2014

Cheer Along with Me: CNA Joins the EWTN Family

August 10, 2010

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