Father Will Conquer, a young missionary who recently wrote a book about the Italian teenager, discusses the reasons why he is such a source of fascination for people worldwide.
By Solène Tadié
Some say “time heals all wounds.” This is not true. Only Jesus Christ heals all wounds
By Father Dwight Longenecker
When any part of the body suffers, we all suffer.
By Susanna Spencer
“Our songs will all be silenced, but what of it? Go on singing.”
By K.V. Turley
Often hailed as one of the greatest filmmakers that ever lived, Orson Welles is also one of the most frustrating.
The beatification of Carlo Acutis took place Oct. 10 after a miracle attributed to his prayers and the grace of God. In Brazil, a boy named Mattheus was healed from a serious birth defect called an annular pancreas after he and his mother asked Acutis to pray for his healing.
By Courtney Mares
With the beatification of Carlo Acutis in Assisi Saturday, the Catholic Church now has its first “Blessed” who loved Super Mario and Pokémon, but not as much as he loved the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist.
Steven Mosher, president of the Population Research Institute, talks religious freedom under assault.
By Joseph Pronechen
Holiness among young people is always a beautiful witness.
By Amy Smith
It is no mere coincidence that the prayers of Americans have played such a crucial role in Newman’s cause and in his being raised to the altar.
By Joseph Pearce
When the Vatican purchased a London luxury apartment building from its investment manager in 2018, the building owner and the deal’s broker may have had a conflict of interest during negotiations.
Catechism of the Catholic Church
The Spanish Equality Minister said Wednesday it is “more than necessary” to repeal a law that requires parental consent for children aged 16 and 17 who want to procure an abortion.