The online global Divine Mercy Summit 2020 event is looking to bring tens of thousands together for a first-time three-day event that anyone, anywhere, can attend.
By Joseph Pronechen
The IMDB website, an online movie database, says the picture is in development and scheduled for release in 2022.
By Edward Pentin
“Jesus, meek and humble of heart, make our hearts like unto thine.”
By Laura Dittus
“If I get a direct threat or am told to leave, I will go. But if it is my destiny that I should give my life here then so be it…”
By Michael O’Neill
“Chandrakanta Pradhan, a young soldier… always wore faith and love for the country. We salute him.”
By Angelo Stagnaro
Organizers of the first international virtual pilgrimage to the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe said the social media livestream of the event reached more than 3 million people, including 106 groups.
Venerable Carlo Acutis, who will be beatified in Assisi Oct. 10, is an example of a teen who used the internet to “influence” people to draw closer to God, his mother said.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday announced an executive order that would require medical care be given to infants who are born alive after failed abortion attempts.
The prefect emeritus of the Congregation of the Faith tells the Register that the Catholic Church must not only demand freedom of religion, she must also take up the task of demanding and promoting that politics be given a moral basis.
By Edward Pentin
Marriage cannot be redefined — nor can the meaning and purpose of human sexuality.
By Deacon Göran Fäldt
After fire toppled the iconic spire and destroyed the roof of the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France in April 2009, heated debates ensued about whether the reconstruction should use the church’s original design, or use a more modern design and technique.
President Donald Trump’s shortlist of potential nominees to the Supreme Court includes Judge Barbara Lagoa, a Catholic who has spoken about how her faith has shaped her legal career.