Father Flanagan was a priest who loved as Christ loved, brought hope where there was despair and comfort where there was mourning.
An interview with Theresa Bonopartis, founder and director of Entering Canaan helping to guide women suffering from the emotional scars of a past abortion.
Hundreds of young men fighting in World War II listed the founder of Boys Town, Father Edward Flanagan, as their next of kin. To most of them, he was the only father they ever knew.
Made 381 years ago, the MacSwiney Chalice was used in the days of the Penal Laws in Ireland when the Catholic faith was outlawed and priests were hunted men.
In a highly symbolic appointment, Pope Francis desired to honor the suffering of Albanian Catholics under communism and to better promote their courageous witness.