Rebuilding a Faithful Society
Pope Francis to Sign Human Fraternity Document with Nobel Laureates in St. Peter’s Square
In 1995 a ‘Deeply Embarrassed’ MLB Owner Apologized for Event With Anti-Catholic Drag Performers
Pope Francis Prays for Victims of Train Crash in India That Killed 275 People
Trinity Sunday: ‘Glory Be to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit’
Creating a Home — Not Just a House
Father Landry on Hope, and Len Oswald of Guadalupe Radio Network (June 3)
Former Feminist Turned Pro-Lifer Shares Her Testimony Prior to March for Life in Colombia
‘Being a mother is a gift, it’s not a right, because many want to and cannot,’ the young Colombian said.
Oklahoma Board Approves First Catholic Charter School in the Country
Because charter schools are public schools funded by taxpayers, the decision to fund a religiously affiliated charter school is already coming under legal scrutiny.
Church Tower Collapses Following Earthquakes in Southern Peru
The mayor of the Lari district, José Panta Mamani, asked for support to rebuild the Purísima Concepción church and the houses affected by the earthquakes.
Report: Twitter Fails to Block All Child Pornography
The social-media website has apparently failed to block images of child sexual abuse, with researchers detecting several dozen known images of illegal pornographic material on the platform from March through May.
Carmelite Nuns File New Theft and Defamation Charges Against Fort Worth Bishop Olson
The new charges levied by the monastery are in addition to a lawsuit filed on May 3 that seeks $1 million in civil damages and asks the court to block the bishop’s and the diocese’s access to any records obtained by confiscating the reverend mother’s property.
Who Flew Migrants to California and Dropped Them Off at Diocese of Sacramento Offices?
Catholics and organizations partnered with the Diocese of Sacramento to offer services and resources to the migrants, according to Sacramento Bishop Jaime Soto.