Until now, officials of the European institution had considered it “potentially offensive.”
The LaViolette Scholarship Foundation auctioned off a Swatch Once Again watch Nov. 30 that Francis had worn for much of his pontificate.
The beatification and canonization process for Carmen Hernández, co-founder of the Neocatechumenal Way, officially opens this Sunday.
Archbishop Isaías Duarte Cancino was murdered on March 16, 2002, by two hitmen on a motorcycle who were paid by FARC’s Joint Central Command of the West.
Father Alberto Reyes, a priest in Cuba, recently shared a reflection on Facebook about human dignity as experienced in his homeland.
The Pro-Life Caucus of Colombia’s Congress expressed its opposition to a bill that would extend euthanasia to children 6 and older.
Spanish Cardinal Antonio María Rouco Varela criticized the controversial Synodal Way of the German Catholic Church in a university course on canon law.
Pro-family associations in Spain are mobilizing against a new family law.
The decision forces San José de Tipitapa parish in the Archdiocese of Managua to hold their celebrations in the parish church.
Our Lady’s intercession is credited with ending a prolonged period of drought in the town of Monte Sião, Brazil, in the 1930s.
The Donetsk Exarchate denied the accusations, calling the detention “unfounded and illegal,” and demanded the prompt release of the clerics.
Here are a few points that might help you have a great Advent this year.
“Abortion is now legal in Michigan at an unprecedented level, and millions of lives are at stake. We must pray and ask God for his mercy upon us for allowing this evil to happen in our state,” Archbishop Allen Vigneron wrote.
At the initiative of the Vicariate Center of the Archdiocese of Buenos Aires, this Christmas the “balconeras” are arriving in Argentina.
Nathanael Alberione was ordained a priest Nov. 21, after he became so sick with COVID that he didn't think he would survive, let alone become a priest.
Father Nelson Medina Medina, a native of Colombia, is an influencer in the Spanish-speaking world with a presence on Twitter, YouTube, and TikTok.
Women from all over the world will join together Dec. 8 for the public recitation of a rosary to Our Lady.
Sister Cristina Scuccia, the religious sister who won the 2014 edition of The Voice of Italy, has left the consecrated life after 15 years.
Pope Pius XI established the feast of Christ the King in 1925 as an antidote to the the growing secularist nationalism that followed World War I.
In an Advent message issued Nov. 16, the bishops acknowledged “ the concerns we have about the social, political, and economic events of our homeland.”