“Father de Foucauld, since his conversion, never for one day stopped thinking of that hour after which there are no others...”
In 1263, as a priest in Orvieto spoke the words of the consecration, blood began to seep from the consecrated Host and onto the altar
A record number of abortions took place in England and Wales in 2019, according to official figures published Thursday.
The requisite conditions to be named a Doctor of the Church are enumerated as three:
President Trump on Wednesday tweeted that he was honored by a letter written to him by former apostolic
Venerable Carlo Acutis, an Italian teen whose beatification Pope Francis approved in February, is known for his gift for computer programming, but how he used those skills is what makes him an example of holiness, according to the postulator of his sainthood cause.
Catholics took part in traditional Corpus Christi processions across Poland Thursday amid strict safety measures intended to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
As the Vatican continues to evaluate a reported Eucharistic miracle in Poland, the priest of the parish where it occurred says that the extraordinary event has led to conversions.
U.K. visa rules are leaving parishes without supply priests, Catholic bishops said Tuesday.
In the last few weeks, Pope Francis’ financial reforms have moved into high gear again.
One century after his death as a martyr, the priest who brought the Gospel to Islamic lands and lived among the Tuareg people in the Algerian desert will be proclaimed a saint.
Italian bishops have raised concerns over proposed legislation against "homophobia" in Italy, claiming changes to the law are unnecessary and have the potential to infringe on the civil liberties of those who oppose same-sex unions.