Father John Rizzo serves the Tyburn Nuns, a community devoted to Eucharistic adoration, in Parramatta, Australia.
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Older men continue to answer ‘Yes’ to the call.
Father Henchey showed how the roots of Christian joy are cruciform, how suffering is a great school of hope, and how Christ seeks to glorify our wounds.
Cardinal Marc Ouellet, prefect of the Congregation for Bishops, said the international theological symposium will take place Feb. 17-19, 2022, at the Vatican.
The fifth of several reflections on St. Joseph by Father Raymond de Souza for your Holy Week contemplations.
Our clergy cannot neglect the power of regular and prayerful fraternity.
Attorneys-general in Australia’s federal and state governments agreed in November 2019 on reporting standards that would require priests to break the sacramental seal or violate Australia’s mandatory abuse reporting rules.
This Sunday’s Gospel makes crystal clear that the unbreakable link between the Eucharist and the priesthood is not a human invention, but is willed and intended by the Lord.
Meet Fathers Peter and Andrew Infanger, biological father and son. Their now-common vocation has brought a new dimension to their father-son relationship.
Father John Killackey discusses with the Register a photo that went viral of him walking in his cassock toward a terrible interstate accident where he gave the last rites to a truck driver.