Mother Elżbieta Róża Czacka is little known outside of Poland.
Pastors across England discuss the pandemic’s long-term impact on their parishes.
Sir James MacMillan’s new work “Nothing in Vain” is inspired by a meditation by the English saint.
The sisters were brutally mistreated by Soviet soldiers in 1945. Have their bodies finally been recovered?
Archbishop Gintaras Grušas of Vilnius believes that his country has a “big message” for the world.
Seventy-seven years ago today, Nazis murdered a Polish Catholic family. Now, all nine family members -- including an unborn child -- are on the path to beatification.
The Romanian Catholic Archbishop Aurel Percă is already thinking about how the Church can help to form the “post-COVID-19” generation.
If you’ve experienced ups and downs during the pandemic, you are not alone. So has Archbishop John Wilson, leader of the sprawling English archdiocese of Southwark.
Pope Francis only spent 11 hours in Albania when he visited the country in 2014. But for some, his trip was life-changing.
The Catholic bishop overseeing preparations for World Youth Day 2023 in Lisbon, Portugal, has said that the event will be an opportunity to renew hope in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Cardinal Péter Erdő will host the 52nd International Eucharistic Congress in September.
In March 2020, Fr. Michael Stack was looking forward to retiring after years of exhausting priestly ministry. Then the coronavirus almost snatched away his life.
Archbishop Raphael Minassian is a man of action who has little time for the formalities of ecclesiastical life.
The Church in France is under pressure, according to the president of the French Catholic bishops’ conference.
The coronavirus pandemic has inspired many people in the Czech Republic to rediscover the Catholic Church, according to Cardinal Dominik Duka.
On the eve of his 75th birthday, Cardinal Vincent Nichols cast his mind back to the day that he was installed as the archbishop of Westminster.
The Primate of All Ireland has launched a nationwide Family Rosary Crusade, encouraging Catholics to pray the rosary daily in October against COVID-19.
A Dutch cardinal has said that the Netherlands shows that once euthanasia is legalized safeguards are slowly but inevitably abandoned.
A cardinal has encouraged Catholics to take part in the worldwide struggle for racial justice following the death of George Floyd.
A parish in London’s West End is offering the homeless adoration, access to Sacraments, and the rosary -- along with food provided by a five-star restaurant.