Kathi Aultman thought she found her calling as a doctor for Planned Parenthood, but God had other plans.
The image of Our Lady of La Leche was canonically crowned Sunday, during Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine in St. Augustine, Florida.
This week on the podcast, we'll talk to Molly Burhans, a Catholic scientist and mapmaker who is using high-tech maps to make the Church more sustainable, and more effective at Her mission.
A centenarian priest in Texas has been recalled to his religious community in Spain, to the dismay of his longtime parishioners.
Harvard University’s more than 40 chaplains elected an atheist, humanist “chief chaplain” last month. We talk with one of Harvard’s Catholic chaplains about the appointment, and how the Harvard Catholic Center evangelizes a demographic that increasingly identifies as non-religious. A student and recent Harvard alum talk about living their faith on campus.
Iraq is a country where people of different faiths have coexisted for thousands of years, but in recent decades, conflict has driven Christianity almost to extinction. Did Pope Francis' visit turn the tide for Iraq's persecuted Christians?
Catholics are the religious group most vaccinated against COVID-19 in the United States, according to a new national survey by the Pew Research Center.
A young Christian, desperate to flee Afghanistan, exchanges frantic messages with two CNA employees, pleading for help as the Taliban closes in on him.
There have been at least 95 reported incidents of vandalism of Catholic churches across the United States since May 2020, according to a report by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee for Religious Liberty.
A young Christian, desperate to flee Afghanistan, exchanges frantic messages with a CNA employee, pleading for help as the Taliban closes in on him.
Father Tom Colucci says he actually sees a lot of similarities between the priesthood and the fire service.
Today, Fr. Tom Colucci is a priest in the Archdiocese of New York. But back in 2001, he was a lieutenant with the NYC Fire Department. He shares his memories of 9/11, and how the tragedy encouraged his vocation.
Maren Latham shares the story of her conversion from the Mormon religion to the Catholic Church.
EWTN might never have succeeded if it weren't for these miracles.
The Latino population within the U.S. Church is booming, but is the Church ready to welcome them?
Lauren Allen always jokes that God hit her over the head with the idea for her Catholic infertility ministry, the Fruitful Hollow.
This week on CNA Newsroom, Catholics talk about their love for the Traditional Latin Mass, and react to the pope's new norms.
This week on CNA Newsroom, three Catholics talk about their infertility and the groundbreaking online ministry that has given them community, and a platform to share about their experiences.
Three-time Olympian Dominique Dawes talks about her conversion to the Catholic faith, and how God has been at work in her life and in her gymnastics career.
In celebration of Holy Week, CNA's Senior Rome Correspondent Hannah Brockhaus explores a few of the Church's earliest pilgrimage traditions in Rome— and how they are celebrated today. Then, Producer Jonah McKeown talks with an expert in sacred music about some of the hymns you won't hear at Easter Mass this year, and why.