Existing diocesan programs and Catholic organizations aimed at helping Catholic families fulfill their vocation clearly are not strong enough to meet modern needs, a Wisconsin couple told the Synod of Bishops.
More than 2,200 people packed the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Newark Oct. 4 to celebrate the first beatification liturgy in the United States.
A papal commission on child protection will be expanding its nine-member panel to include more experts and another survivor of clerical abuse.
There’s an inherent tension between upholding the indissolubility of sacramental marriage and bringing pastoral care to those whose marriages have failed, according to a canon law professor and ethics professor at The Catholic University of America in Washington.
Universal has released a promotional video for the first album by Sister Cristina Scuccia, the Ursuline nun who won first place on last season’s The Voice Italy.
Pope Francis called for the “globalization of charity” through an international network to fight human trafficking and ensure the rights of migrants and refugees.
Bishop Lee Piché confirmed seven young people Sept. 14 during the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis’ annual Mass for Persons with Disabilities at the St. Paul Seminary.
Brother Basil Rothweiler, who recently celebrated his 80th jubilee, came to DeLaSalle in 1977 and was fighting to keep the school from closing. Today, DeLaSalle’s enrollment is almost double the number Brother Basil had when he started.
The deadly spread of the Ebola virus in her homeland inspired Jannie Seibure, a parishioner at St. Alphonsus in Brooklyn Center, to organize a drive to collect materials that can prevent more people from being infected.