Nations and tribes have been hit hard by the pandemic, but Catholics have played an important role in seeing successes in the fight against the coronavirus.
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American Catholics are discovering a hidden, but glorious legacy of holy men and women, including hundreds of martyrs, in North America thanks to the Tekakwitha Conference.
The murals, painted by Luigi Gregori, are located in Notre Dame’s Main Building.
A Native American cowboy and onetime rodeo star whose career-ending injury is the basis of a masterful fact-inspired film talks about making the film, his heritage and his faith.
Bishop Robert Gruss tells the Register that Black Elk’s life provides a model of ‘missionary evangelization’ for all Catholic Americans.
COMMENTARY: On June 18, the Continental Army left its winter camp at Valley Forge in pursuit of the retreating Red Coats. With them was Col. Cook, who fought the British in the French and Indian War.
Catholics on both sides of the issue reflect on their common destiny.