Padre Pio: 13 Facts About the Saint to Know and Share
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’
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.
White House Condemns Nicaraguan Dictatorship’s Latest Attacks Against the Catholic Church
National Security Council Coordinator for Strategic Communications John Kirby’s condemnation of the Nicaraguan dictatorship’s latest targeting of the Catholic Church came in response to a question raised by EWTN White House Correspondent Owen Jensen during the May 31 press conference.
Police Arrest Suspected Mastermind of Massacre at Rwandan Catholic Parish in 1994 Genocide
According to an April 2019 report, 48 Catholic parishes became major killing sites during the genocide as innocent Tutsi faithful ran to the churches to seek refuge against attacks from the Hutus.
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.