A hero to many Catholics worldwide because of her pro-family leadership, Novák stepped down unexpectedly Feb. 10 amid protests over her role in a controversial pardon.
Authorities are investigating whether Islamic insurgents were responsible for the blast.
Cardinal Christophe Pierre called for unity in his address to the U.S. bishops Nov. 14 at their annual fall meeting in Baltimore.
Pope Francis, speaking in a new interview published by a media outlet in his native Argentina, said the Church must change “in favor of the dignity of the people.”
The Argentine prelate said theological debate deepens the Church’s understanding of the Gospel.
It was the first time the Church has beatified an entire family at the same time.
The former cardinal’s eloquence made him a force in the Catholic Church. Now, his loss for words appears to have spared him from criminal prosecution.
Everything about St. Matthew, a mega-parish in Charlotte, North Carolina, is super-sized, including its charitable outreach.
Pope Francis began his second day in Portugal with a meeting with Catholic students and members of an educational youth movement he helped create.
“The Shroud: Face to Face” is set for release in November 2023.
The former vice president, now an evangelical Protestant, emphasized his Catholic upbringing and pro-life convictions in a Napa keynote address.
The Carmelite nuns of the Most Holy Trinity Monastery in Arlington, Texas, plan to appeal the judge’s ruling.
The Vatican’s Dicastery for Bishops has completed a formal investigation of Bishop Joseph E. Strickland and the Diocese of Tyler, Texas.
“Discernment” topics include women deacons, priestly celibacy, and greater decision-making by the “People of God.”
When the abbess of her order peered into Sister Wilhelmina’s coffin she screamed for joy: “I see a foot!”
A Polish national stripped off his clothes and climbed onto the basilica’s high altar on June 1.
Up to 15,000 pilgrims expected on Sunday alone, county sheriff says.
The local bishop, who has contacted Rome, says a “thorough investigation” is needed to answer “important questions.”
The archdiocese called for “all Catholics and people of goodwill to stand against bigotry and hate in any form.”
“A full apology and explanation was given to us by the Dodgers staff which we accept,” the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence said Monday.