Natalia Zimbrão

Natalia Zimbrão

Articles by Natalia Zimbrão

Mother of twin priests: The greatest wealth for parents is to have sons who are priests

May 21, 2024 / 06:00 am

“I believe there is no greater wealth for parents than having sons who are priests,” says Eliete Dahan dos Santos of Brazil.

Virgin Mary today asks same she asked of little shepherds 107 years ago, cardinal says

May 13, 2024 / 16:18 pm

“What does Mary tell us today? The same thing she says in the Gospel, the same thing — prayer and sacrifice,” Cardinal Juan José Omella said.

With ascent of conservatives in Portugal, prominent Catholic calls for dialogue

Mar 12, 2024 / 19:00 pm

The conservative party Chega (“Enough”), which ran on a traditional values platform, made huge gains, increasing its seats from 12 to 48.

Boy who got past security barrier to embrace Pope Francis at WYD 2013 is now a seminarian

Jul 11, 2023 / 16:30 pm

On July 26, 2013, Nathan de Brito managed to get to the popemobile carrying Pope Francis through the streets of Rio de Janeiro.

WYD is an invitation to young people to experience God, explains future Portuguese cardinal

Jul 10, 2023 / 16:00 pm

Bishop Américo Aguiar, an auxiliary bishop of Lisbon, made the statement July 6 in an interview with RTP Notícias.

Three sisters were called to be nuns in the same religious order

Apr 7, 2022 / 12:31 pm

Sister Mariana, Sister Roziane, and Sister Isabela Guimaraes are three blood sisters who embraced their call to religious life in the same congregation: the Institute of the Sisters of Our Lady of Good Counsel.