Since Aug. 1, 1885, the chain of perpetual adoration of the Holy Sacrament at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Montmartre in Paris has continued uninterrupted, including during the 1944 bombing and the coronavirus crisis.
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The successful surgery on two girls conjoined at the back of the head was made possible thanks to the Bambino Gesù Hospital’s commitment in favor of the dignity of every human life.
The monastic grange project at the Abbaye Sainte-Marie of Boulaur has aroused a wave of enthusiasm in the country and is already inspiring other monasteries in Europe.
While pandemic constraints still prevent many Catholics from traveling, the chaplains of the Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes are launching a virtual event to spiritually gather the faithful.
The vibrant tributes that the widow of Servant of God Jérôme Lejeune has received from the Catholic community worldwide, since her May 6 death, attest to the impact of her decades of work in defense of life.
French philosopher Pierre Manent discusses the harms of the modern ideology of human rights and calls for a return of natural law to restore social cohesion within Western societies.
Two weeks after the revelations about Vanier’s sexual misconduct, the members of L’Arche are trying to overcome grief and anger to build a sustainable future for their service of people with mental disabilities.
Father Jacques Mourad, kidnapped by the Islamic State in 2015 and detained for several months, tells how prayer erased his fear of death and gave him the strength to never give up on dialogue with his jailers.
In an interview with the Register, Rod Dreher discusses the new totalitarian peril and the de-Christianization process in the West at an international conference in Rome.