Vatican Supports Catholic Research to Improve Families and Marriages
The Visitation: St. Elizabeth’s Life Was the Life of a Mother
Two Elderly Pro-Life Activists Beaten Outside of Baltimore Planned Parenthood
Robert George Encourages Americans: Celebrate Fidelity
A Little Bit of Christianity Is a Dangerous Thing
Pope Francis Praises Venerable Matteo Ricci for Proclaiming the Gospel in China
Cuban Priest: 64 Years is Enough to Prove the Cuban Revolution Did Not Work
The situation in Cuba is far from improving.
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.’
PHOTOS: Thousands Gather in Times Square for Eucharistic Procession in New York City
One particularly moving moment Bruno captured was the crowded street, lined by the skyscrapers of Times Square, filled with the faithful kneeling before the Blessed Sacrament as it was being lifted high into the air.
Dictatorship in Nicaragua Accuses Catholic Church of Money Laundering
The day before, according to what was reported by various media outlets, the regime had ordered the accounts of the country’s dioceses and parishes to be frozen.
Bolivian Bishop on Clerical Sex Abuse: We Know Asking Forgiveness is Not Enough
At the end of April, an unprecedented sexual abuse scandal rocked the Catholic Church in Bolivia.
Kidnapped Nigerian Catholic Priest Freed on Pentecost Sunday After Three Days
The May 26 abduction of Father Matthias Opara was the latest in a series of kidnappings that have targeted members of the clergy in Africa’s most populous nation.