A historic church sits on the spot where, as the story goes, St. Francis of Assisi made a pact with a hungry wolf who was terrorizing the town of Gubbio, Italy.
This week on the CNA Newsroom podcast, we want to get you thinking and meditating on the beauty that accompanies the Catholic celebrations of Holy Week and Easter.
“The Bible in a Year” podcast with Father Mike Schmitz touched hundreds of thousands of lives beginning in 2021. We speak with the creators of the hit podcast, as well as with several people whose lives were forever changed by listening.
The Archdiocese of San Francisco will host an internationally-recognized liturgical conference this summer.
A Chicago-based Catholic nonprofit has been awarded more than $3.6 million to assist the launch of a national network of independent institutes of Catholic thought, to promote dialogue about the relationship of faith and science.
Sharing the truth about the Real Presence in the Eucharist will be a top priority for the Diocese of Cleveland over the next several years, according to the city’s bishop.
The Archbishop of Miami has decried Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ comments this week belittling the plight of unaccompanied minors fleeing Central America for the United States.
A Catholic religious sister and longtime school principal has been sentenced to a year in federal prison for embezzling more than $800,000 from a Los Angeles-area elementary school.
A summer internship program in the Diocese of Gallup aims to provide college-aged Catholic men spiritual formation and hands-on experience in traditional southwestern building techniques.
Money is not enough to solve the problems of society, Pope Francis said during a Feb. 5 audience in Rome with a delegation of Italian mayors.
This week on the podcast, a Catholic scientist talks about his fascinating discovery in space and its significance, as well as his thoughts on the relationship between faith and science.
The Catholic Church in France has secured more than $22 million in compensation for victims of child sex abuse.
Tucked away near the Forest Park neighborhood of St. Louis is a brick, three-story convent dedicated to Our Lady of Guadalupe. The convent, situated in a converted home on a corner lot, is nothing spectacular to the unknowing eye.
An upcoming study will consider the impact and evolving role of maternity homes in the United States, in the hope of better serving women with crisis pregnancies.
A federal judge on Friday issued a preliminary injunction against a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for federal employees.
Tens of thousands of pro-life advocates are expected to gather at the National Mall in Washington later today for the annual March for Life. The march will kick off with a noon rally featuring speakers including the host of the “Bible in a Year” podcast, Fr. Mike Schmitz. Here are seven things to know about the priest.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in a case involving the city of Boston’s refusal to raise a flag with Christian imagery in front of its City Hall.
A Catholic health care system in Wisconsin is no longer including race as a factor in determining a patient’s eligibility for COVID-19 treatments.
Our Lady of Guadalupe convent in St. Louis has an unlikely neighbor: an abortion clinic. Since the convent opened in 2017, the number of surgical abortions at the clinic has dramatically decreased.