This year’s march on Friday, Jan. 20, will be the first March for Life held in a post-Roe America.
A majority of Americans support some limits on abortion and Americans’ attitudes toward abortion have not significantly changed, a new poll found.
Two prominent Catholic speakers say they have seen an openness among Catholics to acknowledge racism as a sin and as a continued problem in U.S. society.
Two prominent Catholic speakers, both of whom had successful athletic careers before embracing vocations, spoke to CNA this month SEEK23 in St. Louis.
The popular host of EWTN’s “Father Spitzer’s Universe” delivered the keynote address at Word on Fire’s Wonder Conference.
A diocesan official’s account is at odds with Frank Pavone’s prior statements to CNA and other media outlets claiming he wasn’t officially informed of his dismissal from the priesthood.
The resolution also calls on the Biden administration to “protect the rights of pro-life facilities, groups, and churches.”
Vincentian Father James T. Beighlie, who ministered in St. Louis until 2021, was sentenced this week to five years in prison.
Five years ago on Jan. 10, 2018, a massive mudslide caused by similar weather conditions killed nearly two dozen people in the town of Montecito, California.
Emanuela Orlandi, the 15-year-old daughter of Ercole Orlandi, an envoy of the Prefecture of the Pontifical House, disappeared on June 22, 1983.
The success of “The Catechism in a Year,” hosted by Father Mike Schmitz, speaks to “the deep longing we all have to respond to God’s plan for each one of us.”
Nearly 19,000 people attended the five-day SEEK23 conference at the America’s Center Convention Complex in downtown St. Louis last week.
More than 17,000 people descended on St. Louis this week for the SEEK23 Catholic conference, put on by the Fellowship of Catholic University Students.
Some 17,000 people are gathered in St. Louis for a weeklong conference of speakers, prayer, and fellowship put on by the Fellowship of Catholic University Students.
Pope Benedict XVI’s longtime personal secretary, Archbishop Georg Gänswein, has written a firsthand account of his friend and mentor’s papacy.
Pope Benedict XVI, who died Dec. 31, visited the United States only once, but he left a lasting impression.
Catholicism is the largest religious body in 36 U.S. states, and the data show that Catholicism is growing fastest in the South and West, even as it declines in the Midwest and Northeast.
Major U.S.-based lay Catholic groups expressed their gratitude for the late pope’s life and legacy.
For the second year in a row, we at CNA conducted an informal poll on social media to determine which Christmas carol reigns supreme as our readers’ favorite.
In the midst of the chaos of 1968, three men left the earth behind, trading the strife of the world below for the silent, contemplative vacuum of space.