The Catholic Bishops of the United States urge Americans to unite following recent hate-motivated violence, and ask all to refrain from using racist and xenophobic language.
Following Venezuela’s most recent blackout that left millions without power and basic services
The French quadriplegic who has been in a vegetative state for a decade, died in a hospital in Reims on July 11, after doctors stopped the food and water systems that kept him alive.
Pope Francis on July 5 declared a new saint and approved 8 decrees, taking a woman and 7 men a step closer to sainthood
The Vatican announces the date of the canonization of Blessed John Henry Newman along with four others on the third Sunday of October 2019.
The ‘Instrumentum Laboris’ (the Working Document) of the upcoming Special Assembly of the Synod of Bishops for the Pan-Amazonian Region is released in the Vatican
The first Mass in Notre-Dame de Paris since the cathedral’s April fire will be said Saturday evening in a side chapel that houses the crown of thorns.
The denial of the archdiocese’s appeal to keep Sheen’s remains in New York was delivered by the New York Court of Appeals on Friday, June 7
A Vatican official commemorates D-Day on its 75th anniversary with the celebration of Mass in the French town of Colleville-sur-Mer in Normandy…