Some members have expressed fears that the election will pave the way for constitutional reform that would effectively secularize the order by lessening the powers of the professed
Thorough and in-depth facts and analysis on where candidates stand on issues important to Catholics.
As Catholics prepare to vote in the 2020 election, they are called both to
Facebook and Twitter draw scrutiny over blocked content that curbs free speech and calls for government regulation over the platforms.
When an Oct. 14 New York Post story featuring potentially damaging
The basilica celebrated the 100th anniversary of its consecration last year. Before the coronavirus pandemic, it received an average of 10 million visitors per year.
By Hannah Brockhaus
An attacker armed with a knife killed three people at a church in Nice and wounded others, the mayor of the French city said Thursday.
VATICAN CITY — Vatican
What it’s like to pass through the rolling and picturesque Sibillini and Apennine mountain ranges of central Italy where the saint lived.
By Edward Pentin
ROME — “Listen and attend
Barrett will be the sixth practicing Catholic justice at the Supreme court, joining Chief Justice John Roberts and Justices Thomas, Samuel Alito, Sonia Sotomayor, and Brett Kavanaugh.
COMMENTARY: The proposal to extend the practice to children 1-12 is the latest episode of the country’s 40-year dance with the culture of death.
By Cardinal Willem Eijk
The ‘Protector of Christian Family Life’ is heralded ahead of his beatification.
On Oct. 31, at St. Joseph Cathedral in Hartford, Connecticut, Father Michael J. McGivney