Israel’s official memorial to the victims of the Holocaust, Yad Vashem, named Father Marie-Benoît ‘Righteous Among the Nations’ for his efforts during World War II.
Father Luca Peyron, a leading proponent of the dialogue between faith and new technologies, discusses the challenges and opportunities posed by artificial intelligence.
Since the spring of 2019, the nuns of the Benedictine Abbey of Notre-Dame de Jouques in French Provence have been recording about six hours of music daily for the smartphone’s Neumz application.
Notre Dame Fire: Two Years Later, Despite Massive Cost Overruns, Officials Vow ‘the Cathedral Will Open’ by 2024
Two years after the blaze that devastated the beloved cathedral of Paris, the management of the funds dedicated to its reconstruction is being debated as the second phase of the restoration project is due to start by next winter.
Father Marie-Etienne Vayssière is a model of holiness.
The re-creation of the Italian painter’s masterpiece, carried out by internationally renowned moviemakers, will be displayed in Jerusalem, Milan and Rome to bring hope to populations hit by the coronavirus health crisis as Easter approaches.
A snapshot of the small but vital and growing Church, in one of the most secularized countries in the West.
Launched in 2016 in France, Via Caritatis’ grand cru wines — the fruit of an association between wine growers and the monks and nuns of the Abbeys of Le Barroux — are now available in the U.S.
Cardinal Filoni: Iraqi Christians Have the Fundamental Human Right to Remain on Their Historic Lands
The current grand master of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre, who served as apostolic nuncio to Iraq during the 2003 American bombing of Baghdad, discusses the high stakes of the upcoming papal trip to this ancient locale of the faith.