Fatima’s Littlest Saints of Mercy: A Pilgrimage With the Pope
Papal Trip Recap
Papal Trip Recap
Eight executions are set to start on Easter Monday, April 17.
The Holodomor, between 1932 and 1933, left millions of people dead.
Catholic immigration and refugee leaders express concerns at a Feb. 1 press conference in Washington, D.C.
Organizers remove New Wave Feminists from list of sponsors of Jan. 21 march.
The email exchange, entitled “Catholic Spring,” also suggests that two organizations — Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good and Catholics United — were created for such a purpose.
Catholic Beginnings: Maryland is an eight-part series on EWTN.
Those in attendance at the June 21 gathering had mixed reactions, with some saying it only raised further concerns.
A lawsuit alleges that Father Peter Miqueli embezzled large sums of money over a decade ‘to grow his personal wealth, purchase a house in New Jersey, take dozens of international vacations, purchase and use illegal drugs’ and pay for the sexual services of a male escort.
The family and marriage law professor and founder of Women Speak for Themselves will deliver a keynote address this week at the World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia.
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