Kurt Fasen of St. Henry in Monticello is looking forward to a valuable four-hour chunk of time he will spend at the University of St. Thomas Field House in March.
The U.S. Catholic bishops have launched a pastoral strategy addressing life, marriage and religious liberty concerns.
There are “world” days set aside to celebrate all kinds of things: World Teachers Day, World Day of Social Justice, World Health Day — just to name a few.
There’s even a World Toilet Day every Nov. 19. And while it may draw a few snickers, it’s no laughing matter for the 2.5 billion people around the world who don’t have access to a toilet and struggle with illnesses related to lack of clean water and sanitation.
“It does not, however, provide evidence that the historical Jesus was married,”
Kevin Hartigan says Catholic Relief Services is partnering with church agencies to provide food, medical and other assistance to war victims
From staff and wire reports Catholic Relief Services is refuting accusations that its work with some international organizations violates Catholic teaching. The agency’s response follows recent charges made online by LifeSiteNews and repeated on other websites that CRS partnered with organizations that provide contraceptives and other family planning services the church deems immoral. CRS, the […]
“You’re coming out for the track team,” McLaughlin recalled telling the then-perplexed student.
In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling June 28 that the federal Affordable Care Act is constitutional, the Minnesota Catholic Conference called on Congress and the president to amend the law to protect the unborn, the rights of conscience and the healthcare needs of immigrant families.
The road signs leading to this hamlet of 292 souls in the dry highlands northeast of Guadalajara read “Santo Toribio Romo.”