The “Synodal Way” – in German: Synodaler Weg – is a controversial discussion process underway in Germany with the declared aim of addressing the Church’s clerical sexual abuse crisis by debating and passing resolutions
The Polish bishops’ ad limina visit to Rome is scheduled for October.
The pope made the appeal in a message to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization.
In his World Day of the Poor message, the pope appealed for a new global approach to poverty.
Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden attended Mass in St. Ives, which has a population of 12,000 people.
Organized by the Dicastery for Laity, Family, and Life, the four-day webinar centered on the question: "Where do we stand with the application of Amoris laetitia?"
"Even the seed of our good works may seem small; yet, all that is good belongs to God and therefore humbly, slowly bears fruit," Pope Francis said.
Cardinal Joseph Zen called possible restrictions to the celebration of Mass in the extraordinary form “worrying news.”
This CNA explainer goes through the essential background questions about the term eucharistic coherence in preparation for the USCCB spring meeting next week June 16-18, 2021. Questions include: Where did the term eucharistic coherence originate? Why is it linked so closely to abortion and euthanasia? Why is it linked with Catholic politicians in particular? Why do medical professionals have special responsibility to live eucharistic coherence? Why is eucharistic coherence connected to the USCCB spring 2021 meeting?
Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore, Supreme Chaplain of the Knights of Columbus, called on the Knights not only to “support” but also to “be in the forefront” of a national Eucharistic Revival project to be presented to the U.S. bishops next week.
The act of consecration took place at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Kraków.
Catholic News Agency’s award-winning flagship podcast CNA Newsroom is returning to weekly publication, in celebration of its 100th episode.
He became the first millennial to be declared blessed on Oct. 10, 2020.
The 69-year-old bishop is the first Korean to lead a Vatican congregation.
The norms, signed by Cardinal Kevin Farrell, come into force on Sept. 11.
The Institute for Religious Works is giving 75% of the profits to the pope.
In a letter to the British Prime Minister, the bishops called for economic support in the wake of the pandemic.
The influential German cardinal expressed surprise at the swiftness of the pope’s response to his offer to resign.
Three Catholics from the Diocese of Essen have formally requested a ruling from the Vatican’s doctrinal congregation.
Cardinal Walter Kasper said he hoped that the prayers of faithful Catholics “will help to steer the Synodal Way in Germany on Catholic tracks.”