The prelate declared the act as “a violation of the sacred place [the chapel] and a sacrilege against the sacred Eucharistic species.”
Eduardo Verástegui, producer of the box office hit “Sound of Freedom,” must gather almost 1 million signatures by early January to get on the 2024 ballot.
Marie Stopes International opened a clinic Nov. 23 in Cancun in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, raising concerns among pro-life leaders about “death tourism.”
“Our faith instills in us a sacred duty to cherish not only our human family but also the fragile ecosystem that cradles us,” the document said.
Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the Dec. 3 blast in a university gymnasium.
Pope Francis, for the second consecutive Sunday, was assisted by an aide in praying the Angelus, as he continues to recover from an acute bronchial infection.
Advent wreaths are traditionally made from evergreen branches and have four candles, which represent the four weeks of Advent.
St. Francis Xavier is a patron saint of missionaries and missions and led an unlikely life of adventure and heroism.
Authorities are investigating whether Islamic insurgents were responsible for the blast.
With the hustle and bustle of holiday festivities, it’s easy to lose track of what truly makes this time of year so special. These resources will help you prepare.
With the Israel-Hamas war, pilgrims can’t get to many holy sites this Advent and Christmas, so the Magdala Tourist Center is bringing the holy sites to pilgrims.
Pope Francis canceled his scheduled trip to Dubai days before the climate summit at the request of his doctors.
From soap and china to cakes and rosaries, these unique gifts are special to receive — and proceeds support the work and life of monastic communities.
Among the witnesses testifying at the hearing titled “An Urgent Appeal to Let Bishop Álvarez Go” were several Nicaraguan exiles.
In a Nov. 28 interview, Archbishop Samuel Aquila of Denver explained what motivated him to write a pastoral letter on the dangers of recreational marijuana use.
President Ronald Reagan nominated O’Connor to the U.S. Supreme Court in July 1981, fulfilling a campaign promise to name the first woman to the nation’s highest court.
The Joseph Ratzinger-Benedict XVI Vatican Foundation awarded its annual Ratzinger Prize this week to two Spaniards.
MacGowan was raised a Catholic and often used Catholic imagery in his songs, though he did not practice the faith for most of his adult life.
The U.S. bishops are urging the public to petition the Biden administration to revise a rule that the bishops say would “unfairly cut off” money from pregnancy centers.