Joseph Pronechen
The first and the last to die in World War I — one healing the body, the other healing the soul.
Sunday Guide
Tom Hoopes
User’s Guide to Ascension Sunday, May 28
Thomas Craughwell
In 1886, Pope Leo XIII beatified Margaret along with 63 other English martyrs.
Clare Walker
Book Pick: A look at No. 2 in series by Raymond Arroyo
Matt Hadro/CNA/EWTN News
Pope joins other Church leaders in condemning the attack and praying for the victims.
Joan Frawley Desmond
NEWS ANALYSIS: The Vanishing American Adult, by Republican Ben Sasse, has sparked debate about the shifting timeline for financial independence and marriage and the challenge that poses for Catholics.
In Person
Edward Pentin
Since 2005, ‘Kathtreff’ has helped around 1,000 members to get married.
Celeste McGovern
Lambs have been successfully gestated in ‘artificial wombs’ outside of their mothers, using new technology that will be tried in humans soon.
Stephen Beale
Once nominalism severs the sacred chain connecting all being to God, creation shrinks back from its Creator.
Patti Armstrong
St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle. Be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil...
Edward Sri
COMMENTARY: St. Catherine of Siena was once confronted by God about the sin of judging people. Part 7 of a series on moral relativism
Patti Armstrong
There is an old custom of presenting the manutergium, used to soak up the chrism oil after the bishop anoints a new priest’s hands, to the priest’s mother.
VOICES from the Blogs
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Bishop Robert Barron
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Thomas Craughwell
Rebecca Hamilton
Janet Morana
Ryan and Mary-Rose Verret
Sarah Reinhard
Edward Pentin
Fr. Dwight Longenecker
Patrick Coffin
Stephanie Mann
John Clark
Patti Armstrong