Florida Bishops Plead With DeSantis to Spare Life of Death Row Inmate
Fort Worth Bishop Dismisses Carmelite Mother Superior in Diocese Dispute
Report: Archbishop Gänswein Ordered to Leave Vatican, Return to Home Diocese Without New Role
Padre Pio: 13 Facts About the Saint to Know and Share
Amid Continuing Conflict in Manipur, Catholics Strive to Extend Relief to Victims
Here’s How the Holy Eucharist Can Heal Our Culture
What Love Is — and What It Is Not
Pope Francis to Travel to Mongolia on August 31
Mongolia has a population of about 1,300 Catholics in a country of more than 3 million people.
Church in Spain Collects Almost 1,000 Complaints of Sexual Abuse Since 1945
The report indicates that 80% of the cases occurred before 1990 and that seven out of 10 took place in the 20th century.
Trinity Sunday: ‘Glory Be to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit’
User’s Guide to the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity
Nevada GOP Governor Signs Pro-Abortion Bill; Oklahoma Court Strikes Down Abortion Restrictions
Two abortion laws in Oklahoma were struck down Wednesday after the state Supreme Court ruled 6-3 that they violated the state’s constitution.
Nicaraguan Dictatorship Takes Over Catholic School; Three Nuns May Be Deported Soon
According to local media outlet Mosaico, the regime’s police took over the facilities of the St. Louise de Marillac Technical Institute, the only secondary school in the town of San Sebastián de Yalí in the Jinotega administrative district.