Addressing a crowd on Sunday at the John XIII Peace Lab, an immigration reception center in Hal Far, Malta, Pope Francis called for strengthening “the fabric of social friendship and the culture of encounter, starting from places such as this.”
What is the First Saturdays devotion, and what is its connection to Fatima and the Blessed Virgin Mary's request for the consecration of Russia?
A tabernacle with the Blessed Sacrament located inside, along with other church belongings, was stolen from Catholic church in Hydes, Maryland.
Peter K. Kilpatrick, a former dean of the engineering school at the University of Notre Dame who has served as provost at Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago for the past four years, has been named the next president of the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.
The foundress of EWTN, Mother Mary Angelica of the Annunciation, died six years ago, but her legacy lives on in the spiritual renewals that have resulted from the fruits of her work.
Preaching the homily at a Mass in Philadelphia on Friday, the voice of the leader of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church in the United States shook with emotion.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke about being a “devout” Catholic in an on-stage discussion, while defending her staunch support of legalized abortion and arguing that the Supreme Court should not overturn Roe v. Wade — positions that place her sharply at odds with Church teaching.
Jesus implores us not to blame God for misfortunes and points us instead to conversion as a solution to evils which oppress us, Pope Francis said Sunday.
Archbishop Visvaldas Kulbokas spoke to EWTN's Raymond Arroyo about the hardships and hopes of Ukrainians trapped in Kyiv.
The amendment would permanently allow at-home medical abortions.
Three volunteers for the U.S.-based Vulnerable People Project were hurt, one critically, when their vehicle came under fire in northwest Ukraine.
A coalition of Catholic and pro-life organizations in Massachusetts is speaking out against the decision of a Boston Catholic school to honor U.S. Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh with an award named for Blessed Edmund Ignatius Rice.
Three people were arrested for vandalizing statues of the Holy Family outside a Catholic church in Jacksonville, Florida, Feb. 23.
Jason Jones' Vulnerable People Project has helped Christians and other minorities escape the Taliban in Afghanistan since U.S. forces pulled out of the country. Now the group's volunteers are working on the ground in Ukraine, leading residents in war zones to safety.
Masks are no longer mandatory at Catholic schools in Washington, D.C., the Archdiocese of Washington announced Wednesday.
In a letter to parishioners of Holy Family Parish in Springfield, Vermont, Bishop Christopher Coyne of Burlington announced that their pastor, Father Peter Williams, is immediately being removed from his position after the priest's months’-long refusal to resign.
The resignation of Bishop Raymond Francis Chappetto as Auxiliary Bishop of Brooklyn was accepted Monday by Pope Francis.
After repeated, recent statements by U.S. President Joe Biden that he does not believe human life begins at the moment of conception, or characterizing such a belief as a matter of faith, scientists and doctors have pointed out that this belief can be arrived at through natural reason -science - alone.
The vandalism at Holy Family Catholic Church in Jacksonville, Florida, is just one of many such incidents that have occurred in recent weeks, and is part of a worrisome, years-long trend. A U.S. senator is demanding that the Department of Justice to more aggressively prosecute those responsible.
A Ukrainian Catholic priest who is the dean of theology at the Catholic University of America says church leaders have been told that Russia has a "list" of bishops in the Ukraine.