Palliative care for the dying is important, but medical interventions are not enough; Catholics have a responsibility to be with the suffering and to communicate the hope of Christ, a new Vatican document on euthanasia said Tuesday.
President Trump told world leaders that the United States is committed to “protecting unborn children” in remarks to the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) from the White House on Tuesday.
On April 16, 2016, a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck Ecuador, killing at least 676 people, including a young religious sister called Sr. Clare Crockett.
The prime minister’s refutation of a potentially scandalous trip to Italy bring a surprising revelation.
By K.V. Turley
Over the weekend a report emerged that threatened to create a political scandal for U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
The coronavirus pandemic is affecting the way many Catholics think about their faith, a new study has found, and just over half of Catholic likely voters say that once restrictions are lifted, they plan to attend Mass more frequently than they did before the pandemic.
In a new document released Tuesday, the Vatican’s doctrinal office reaffirmed the Church’s perennial teaching on the sinfulness of euthanasia and assisted suicide, and recalled the obligation of Catholics to accompany the sick and dying through prayer, physical presence, and the sacraments.
Thirty years ago Judge Rosario Livatino was brutally killed by the mafia on his commute to work at a courthouse in Sicily. Today he is recognized in the Catholic Church as a Servant of God and a candidate for sainthood.
The prophetic Sheen again sounds as he were looking at today’s society, finding hope in an unusual example amid violence and runaway science
This understanding of order within the human person is the foundation of a proper philosophy of medicine
By John Rziha
By Dave Armstrong
The “problem of evil” is regarded by most Christian apologists and philosophers of religion as the most serious objection to Christianity and God’s existence.
By Joseph Pronechen
The Diocesan Rosary Congresses to be held around the United States offer what the organizers hope to be a reprieve from the ongoing stresses that have spiked due to the coronavirus pandemic, political polarization and civil unrest.
The Chinese government continues to imprison Catholic clergy - including bishops - who refuse to support the Communist Party, according to a new report out of the province of Jiangxi.