Who was the woman who at the age of 70 founded the order of sisters best known for their chart-topping Gregorian chant and classic Catholic hymn albums?
Sister Wilhelmina Lancaster, OSB, foundress of the Benedictine Sisters of Mary, Queen of the Apostles, died at age 95 on May 29, 2019.
ACI Prensa recently interviewed Archbishop Charles J. Chaput about the controversies and confusion that have arisen around the Synodal Path.
Pope Benedict XVI’s longtime personal secretary, Archbishop Georg Gänswein, has written a firsthand account of his friend and mentor’s papacy.
The Holy See’s announcement that delegations from Italy and Germany will attend the funeral answers one of the questions surrounding the death of a former pope.
The humanitarian organization Vulnerable People Project is working to secure shelter, food, heat, and security for a group of 200 Afghan refugees.
Father Gerald Murray, a canon lawyer, offered insights from canon law regarding unanswered questions about the dismissal of Frank Pavone from the priesthood.
Former Celtic Enes Kanter Freedom received the Lantos Foundation for Human Rights and Justice’s top honor on Dec. 7 at a celebration in Washington, D.C.
The Church provides songs, signs, and symbols to enter into the season of Advent more fruitfully.
The start of basketball season always coincides with Thanksgiving, lending a proper season to be grateful for the American-born sport.
The CatholicVote ad campaign will feature television ads in markets in Washington, D.C.; Arizona; and Wisconsin, as well as online.
Commissioned by God at the age of 13 to lead the army of France, Joan of Arc seems more legend than history. Here is the true story of the Maid of Orléans.
Escaping the Taliban was only their first hurdle. Now many are stuck in legal limbo.
The archbishop of Riga, Latvia, spoke about the critical need for ecumenical cooperation.
Julie Slama, 25, who became the youngest female Nebraska senator ever three years ago, is a champion for life and a Catholic convert.
Chaldean Catholic Archbishop Bashar Warda of Erbil, Iraq, was among the dignitaries at a ceremony marking the inauguration of ACI MENA, an Arabic-language Catholic news agency.
On March 4, 2018, four Missionaries of Charity were killed by ISIS in Aden, Yemen.
At the request of the bishops of France and the Order of Carmelites Discalced (OCD), Pope Francis agreed on Feb. 22 to open a special process known in the Catholic Church as “equipollent canonization” to raise the 16 Carmelite martyrs of Compiègne to the altars.
Efforts to redefine women undermine their feminine dignity and unjustly pressure them to resort to abortions to keep pace with men in the workforce, a panel of women scholars said earlier this month in a discussion that highlighted the harmful consequences of de-sexing society.
Tan Books is releasing a newly revised redux of the manual of prayers published by the Third Plenary Council of Baltimore (Imprimatur 1888) entitled The Little Office of Baltimore. Edited by Claudio Salvucci, the work is stately, elevating, and compact and will be a big plus to your prayer life.