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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 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.’

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.

February 18, 2014

Council of Cardinals Discusses Mission of the Vatican Bank

The cardinals will conclude their meetings with the Holy Father Feb. 19.

February 14, 2014

Encountering the Grace of God Beyond the Sacraments

CONNECTING THE DOTS: Part one of a Register series on the corporal works of mercy.

February 13, 2014

Pope Francis Inspires Notre Dame: Be Missionary Disciples

Father John Jenkins, the university’s president, discusses the Pope’s recent message to Notre Dame and the school’s renewed commitment to his call for ‘missionary discipleship.’

February 10, 2014

Little Sisters With Big Hearts

At the Jeanne Jugan Home in Washington, the Little Sisters of the Poor care for the elderly with both quality health care and joy-filled hospitality.

February 10, 2014

San Francisco Project to Promote Beauty in Liturgy and Music

The Benedict XVI Institute was launched in part ‘to recover a sense of our sacred music,’ Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone said.

February 6, 2014

The Legion of Christ Elects New Leader

Looking to move past the scandal involving its late founder, the congregation’s leaders have also issued a long-awaited apology to abuse victims and made extensive revisions to its constitutions.

February 6, 2014

Register Radio: Catholic Schools/The Common Core

February 5, 2014

Mexico Cathedral to Receive Blessed John Paul II Relic

The reliquary, which will contain a vial of blood, will be housed in a life-size wax sculpture of John Paul II.

February 4, 2014

Denver Broncos’ Coat Drive Shows Children ‘Are Not Forgotten’

The Broncos did not leave New Jersey as Super Bowl champs, but their act of charity helped hundreds of inner-city Catholic school children in need.

February 3, 2014

Consecrated Life Today ‘Enjoying Good Health,’ Archbishop Affirms

Archbishop Jose Rodriguez Carballo and Cardinal Joao Braz de Aviz officially announced the celebration Jan. 31.

January 30, 2014

Pope Francis to Emphasize ‘Human Ecology’ in Forthcoming Document, Says Theologian

Vatican theologian Father Paul Haffner expects Pope Francis to reiterate the Church’s human-centric model of caring for creation, while also correcting erroneous ideas dominant in the secular environmental movement.

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