Creating a Home — Not Just a House
Penitential Rite Held After Naked Man Stands on St. Peter’s Basilica’s Main Altar
In 1995 a ‘Deeply Embarrassed’ MLB Owner Apologized for Event With Anti-Catholic Drag Performers
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
Pope Francis Explains Why Catholics Make the Sign of the Cross
Pope Francis pointed out that one way to picture the Holy Trinity is to think of ‘the image of a family gathered around the table, where life is shared.’
Group of Faithful in Germany Rejects Synodal Way: ‘We Want to Remain Catholic’
The spokeswoman for New Beginning called on ‘the Catholic Church in the world to intervene in Germany.’
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.
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.