Here’s What the Bishops Are Saying About the Dodgers Honoring an Anti-Catholic Group
Get to Know St. Ephrem, the ‘Harp of the Holy Spirit’
Pope Francis Making Normal Progress in Recovery From Abdominal Surgery
Father James Jackson Pleads Guilty in Child Pornography Case
Fort Worth Diocese Releases Photos Allegedly Showing Drug Use at Carmelite Monastery
Parents of Priest in Cuba Attacked With Machetes in Home Invasion
The Long Tradition of Catholics in Baseball
Eucharistic Processions to be Held Across the Country for Corpus Christi This Weekend
A sampling of locations across the nation where eucharistic processions are being held in honor of the Solemnity this weekend.
Petition in Mexico Demands Religious Freedom, Protection of Priests and Churches
According to a report by the Multimedia Catholic Center, between 1990 and 2022, 63 priests were murdered in Mexico.
Pope Francis Stable, Receives Poster From Family of Baby He Baptized in Hospital in March
The Pope was so moved he wanted to thank Miguel Angel’s mother ‘personally with a short phone call,’ Bruni said.
Catholic Bishop Condemns Abortion Curriculum in Northern Ireland’s Schools
The Department of Education must issue guidance by Jan. 1, 2024, on the content and the delivery of the new regulations.
Corpus Christi: The Eucharist Is Essential for Our Survival
User’s Guide to the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ
Muslim-Led Parents’ Group Protests LGBT Curriculum Mandate in Maryland School System
The school district has approved several books that discuss subjects related to homosexuality and transgenderism for students as young as 3 or 4 years old.