Nancy Pelosi Criticizes the U.S. Catholic Bishops During Georgetown Panel Discussion
Housekeeper’s Husband Pleads Not Guilty to Murder of Bishop David O’Connell
Easter Children’s Book Picks: Raymond Arroyo Writes About Thomas Edison; Other Stories Highlight Angels and Jesus Going to Space (in the Eucharist)
Wisconsin Priest Stripped of Faculty to Hear Confessions After He Advocated Violating That Sacrament in Sex-Abuse Cases
‘Santiago: The Camino Within’: Inner Journeys of the Heart as Pilgrims Walk in the Steps of St. James
Pope Francis Puts a Priest, 3 Religious Women and 2 Laywomen on Path for Sainthood
Connecticut Pro-Lifers March for Life and ‘Commit to Being Mighty for Our Smallest’
Parents at School Board Meetings Were Subject to FBI Intimidation, Witnesses Say
Nicole Neily, the founder of Parents Defending Education, told the committee her office worked with parents who became worried about speaking against their school boards following the memo.
U.S. House Passes ‘Parents Bill of Rights’ with Amendments on Transgender Issues
The resolution would set new federal standards for the public education system that would mandate greater transparency over the school curriculum and budget,
Catholics Urged to Be Generous to Good Friday Collection to Benefit the Holy Land
The collection is traditionally split, with 65% going to the Franciscan Custody of the Holy Land, which has maintained the Holy Places of Christianity in the region for more than 800 years.
Spanish Bishop Criticizes Constitutional Court for Upholding Euthanasia Law
The court’s ruling rejected ‘considering solely and in isolation the fundamental right to life.’
Pope Francis Asked Catholics to Renew Marian Consecration Every March 25. Here’s What That Means
St. John Paul II — who consecrated the entire Church and world to Mary three times during his pontificate — taught that by consecrating oneself to Mary, we accept her help in offering ourselves fully to Christ.
Texas Bishops Support Plan to Give Families Tuition Credits to Spend on Private or Parochial Schools
With the backing of the state’s Catholic bishops, school choice reform seems likely to happen in Texas.