Pope Francis’ recent changes in canon law to the lay ministries of acolyte, lector and catechist are aimed at empowering a missionary Church at the parish level.
The COVID-19 pandemic put a slowdown on the causes of men and women who are poised to become the United States’ first African American saints and have much to offer the universal Church about faithfully following Jesus Christ.
Descendants of Black Catholics sold by the Jesuits in 1838, and Georgetown University officials, are charting a new course for how to heal the enduring wounds caused in the U.S. by slavery and racism.
Personal invitation, a strong sense of community and intentional discipleship seen as key in parishes that have brought people back to Sunday Mass.
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New in-person, hybrid and online schools in the Church’s tradition of the liberal arts and sciences are set to launch.
Syria has marked the 10th anniversary of a war that has devastated and impoverished the country and its indigenous Christian population.
A parish collaborative known for its welcome and faithful Catholic teaching transformed its whole future with a movement to put Jesus Christ first.
Former Supreme Knight Carl Anderson reflects on his 21 years leading the Knights of Columbus.