EWTN News In Depth’s Montse Alvarado recently spoke with Stephen Auth, author of “Pilgrimage to the Museum: Man’s Search for God through Art and Time.”
A three-day conference at the Vatican this week sought to examine the centuries-long history of this department, including its global impact today.
Despite racism and discrimination, Father Augustus Tolton’s legacy of hope and love for God teaches a message from which everyone can learn.
As one of the most well-known modern saints in the world, the intercession of St. Pio of Pietrelcina has been the source of many alleged miracles over the years.
The Benedictine Monks of Clear Creek Abbey in Oklahoma have released a new album of Advent melodies that takes advantage of Apple’s new spatial audio feature.
Despite making up only 1% of the country’s population, Catholics in Kazakhstan are devoted to the Virgin Mary.
Mother Olga grew up in war-torn Iraq but found peace within the Catholic Church, establishing a new religious order to share Christ’s light with others.
EWTN News In-Depth Correspondent Colm Flynn recently visited St. Thomas More School in Austria, which offers a unique, classically-based approach to education for young students.
The Vatican Observatory will resume its four-week summer school next June following a pause in operations due to the global pandemic— allowing aspiring astronomers and astrophysicists to get firsthand experience within the field of astronomy.
“I think for many of us, it’s been like the Berlin Wall coming down,” Archbishop Joseph Naumann said of Roe being overturned.
After nearly 20 years as a Missionary of Charity, Sister Paësie founded the Kizito Family, a religious community that serves children in a slum in the Haitian capital.
Chris Graney, an astronomer and historian of science at the Vatican Observatory, was recently given the 2021 Nelson H. Minnich Prize for his work investigating the nuances of the Galileo affair.
At the heart of the Church is the Eucharist. The presence of Our Lord’s Body and Blood has the ability to transform lives in a variety of ways, and a new documentary film seeks to illustrate that.
The mission of Our Lady of Guadalupe Convent is “to provide a place of prayer and hospitality for pilgrims to whom to witness and pray for life outside of Missouri’s last abortion facility in St. Louis.”
Meet Father Robert Cooper, star of a new online cooking series in which he creates various dishes inspired by feast days and celebrations of the Church — from crispy monstrance waffles to teach children about the Eucharist, to seasonal sweets like the Mardi Gras staple King Cake.