Archive for May 3, 2024

The spiritual shepherd of the Church in Singapore is Cardinal William Goh, archbishop since early 2013 and a cardinal since 2022.?w=200&h=150

By Matthew Bunson

Cardinal Goh of Singapore: ‘Deep encounter with Jesus’ is key to passing on the faith

In an exclusive interview with EWTN News, Cardinal William Goh spoke about Pope Francis, the Synod on Synodality, being a... Read more

Cardinal Pierbattista Pizzaballa gives the homily at a Mass in which he took possession of his titular church, St. Onuphrius, in Rome on May 1, 2024.?w=200&h=150

By Matthew Santucci

Cardinal Pizzaballa: Peace in Holy Land built on dialogue, action

“Peace needs the testimony of clear and strong gestures on the part of all believers, but it also needs to... Read more


By Daniel Payne

Chicago priest blesses same-sex ‘spouses,’ says Fiducia Supplicans allows it

Father Joseph Williams, the pastor of St. Vincent de Paul Parish near downtown Chicago, is seen in an April 22... Read more

Martyred by the Nazis, Dutch St. Titus Brandsma was a journalist who gave his life so that the truths of the faith would not be silenced.?w=200&h=150

By Abel Camasca,Ken Oliver-Méndez

The prayer of a holy journalist before dying for the freedom of the Catholic press

World Press Freedom Day is celebrated every May 3, drawing attention to the importance of free and independent news media. Read more

President Joe Biden presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Jesuit Father Greg Boyle on May 3, 2024.?w=200&h=150

By Jonah McKeown

Biden awards Presidential Medal of Freedom to Jesuit priest for work with youth

Boyle, ordained a priest in 1984, founded Homeboy Industries in 1992 while pastor of Dolores Mission, a Catholic church and... Read more

Father Roger Landry, Catholic chaplain at Columbia University, discusses the protests at Columbia University in New York City on EWTN’s “The World Over with Raymond Arroyo” on May 2, 2024.?w=200&h=150

By Peter Pinedo

Columbia’s Catholic chaplain: Campus protests were pushed by ‘explicitly communist’ outsiders

According to Father Roger Landry, nearly half of the approximately 300 protesters arrested at Columbia University were non-student activists.  Read more