Soon-to-Be Priest: ‘I Can’t Wait to Get Started’
Amid Continuing Conflict in Manipur, Catholics Strive to Extend Relief to Victims
Fort Worth Diocese: Vatican Says Bishop Has Authority Over Carmelite Monastery Amid Investigation
Here’s How the Holy Eucharist Can Heal Our Culture
Dodgers Pitcher Denounces Team’s Decision to Honor Anti-Catholic Group: ‘God Cannot Be Mocked’
Robert George Encourages Americans: Celebrate Fidelity
Whose Reform? Which Catholicism?
Cardinal Sarah to Theology Students: ‘The More We Know the Lord the More We Can Love Him’
Seminarians, priests, religious, and laypeople studying philosophy and theology at the pontifical university attended the Mass on May 25.
Vatican Looks Into $17-Million Transfer From US-Based Charity to Investing Fund
The Pontifical Mission Societies U.S.A. is the U.S.-based branch of the Pontifical Mission Societies, a worldwide network of four societies that provide financial support to the Catholic Church in mission territories, especially in Africa.
Pope Francis Accepts Resignation of Indian Bishop Cleared of Rape Charge in Civil Trial
The bishop was charged in April 2019 with rape, unnatural sex, wrongful confinement, and criminal intimidation.
Cuban Priest: 64 Years is Enough to Prove the Cuban Revolution Did Not Work
The situation in Cuba is far from improving.
The Visitation: St. Elizabeth’s Life Was the Life of a Mother
No woman will escape the crosses of motherhood because every woman was made to mother, whether physically or spiritually.
This is Pope Francis’ Prayer Intention for the Month of June
Pope Francis concluded his message with a prayer: ‘Let us pray that the international community commit itself concretely to abolish torture, guaranteeing support to victims and their families.’