At the New York Encounter, recently held in Manhattan, panelists spoke about the challenges — and benefits — of artificial intelligence.
Workers will scale the scaffolding surrounding the 92-feet-high canopy each day to meticulously clean the dust and grime that has darkened the baldacchino.
In addition to security issues, the Diocese of Oakland said the reasons for the closings include the presence of human trafficking activity near the school.
A small community of young adult women in Seattle has brought life back into an old convent for nearly a decade.
Disunity among followers of Christ is counterproductive to the mission of witnessing the Gospel message and evangelization, Cardinal Robert Sarah said recently.
Feb. 24 marked the second anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Bishop A. Elias Zaidan said Ukraine’s “schools, hospitals, apartments, and basic infrastructure supplying power have been hit by missiles” and people need help.
Despite a sharp decline in Church membership in Western Europe and North America, the Church in Asia has experienced continued growth.
As the U.S. bishops have pointed out, many Catholics may not be aware that the Catholic Church forbids the use of assisted reproductive technology.
“The Way of the Cross… A Way of Peace” was organized by the Custody of the Holy Land and involved 12 institutions.
Texas has scheduled the execution of Ivan Cantu for Wednesday, Feb. 28. Cantu was convicted for a double murder that took place in 2000.
At least 15 Catholics were killed in an attack during Mass on Sunday in the Burkina Faso village of Essakane in the country’s Oudalan province.