Tina Dennelly

Tina Dennelly

Tina Dennelly is Senior Copy Editor for Catholic News Agency. She is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism and has more than 25 years of experience writing and editing for Catholic newspapers, magazines, books, and other media.

Articles by Tina Dennelly

New York diocese offers $200 million to abuse victims in largest-ever settlement offer

Nov 30, 2023 / 16:55 pm

The plan includes an immediate cash payout of a minimum of $100,000 to claimants with a lawsuit and a $50,000 minimum to those without a qualifying lawsuit.

Bishop Strickland refused to resign, cardinal says

Nov 11, 2023 / 09:50 am

Pope Francis removed Bishop Joseph Strickland of Tyler, Texas, from his post Saturday after he refused to resign, according to Cardinal Daniel DiNardo.

UPDATE: Pope Francis and U.S. President Biden speak by phone, discuss Israel and Gaza

Oct 22, 2023 / 13:20 pm

Pope Francis and U.S. President Joe Biden spoke by phone on Sunday afternoon, according to the Holy See Press Office.

How Pope Francis spread devotion to Our Lady, Undoer of Knots

Sep 28, 2023 / 04:00 am

This popular devotion traces its origins to Germany, in 1612, when a priest ministered to a couple in a difficult marriage.

Sports anchor Sage Steele: ‘I wouldn’t be standing today without my faith’

Sep 18, 2023 / 12:15 pm

Steele sued ESPN and its parent company in 2022 for violating her free speech rights after she was taken off the air and several high-profile assignments.

Pope sends telegram to China as plane flies over Chinese airspace

Aug 31, 2023 / 20:00 pm

Pope Francis will become the first pope in the history of the Catholic Church to visit Mongolia.

An update on the status of Fulton Sheen’s beatification cause

Aug 31, 2023 / 09:25 am

Monsignor Jason Gray, executive director of the Archbishop Fulton Sheen Foundation, recently spoke about the status of the beatification of “America’s bishop.”

‘Do your job’: What NFL star says pro-lifers can learn from his time with the Patriots

Jul 1, 2023 / 08:00 am

Former New England Patriots tight end Ben Watson says he believes pro-lifers are in a “new fight for life.”

Pro-life atheist to convert to Catholicism: ‘There is a God-shaped hole in my heart’

Jun 24, 2023 / 09:00 am

Kristin Turner, a 21-year-old activist, is now an ardent pro-life advocate who recently announced her intention to join the Catholic Church.

‘We have much to celebrate’: USCCB pro-life chair releases Dobbs anniversary statement

Jun 6, 2023 / 12:45 pm

Bishop Michael Burbidge released a statement June 6 ahead of the one-year anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Missed the rerelease of Emilio Estevez’s ‘The Way’? There’s still a chance to see it

May 18, 2023 / 06:00 am

If you missed the one-day-only rerelease of “The Way” on Tuesday, May 16, you will still have another chance to see it.

Is Thursday a holy day of obligation? It depends on where you live

May 17, 2023 / 16:30 pm

May 18 is Ascension Thursday, the day the Church marks 40 days since Jesus’ resurrection and the day he ascended into heaven.

Fox News’ Shannon Bream on love and friendship in the Bible

May 13, 2023 / 08:00 am

Bream, who speaks often and openly about her Christian faith, recently talked with The World Over’s Raymond Arroyo about her latest book.

U.S. ambassador to the Holy See talks about the role of faith in politics

May 6, 2023 / 06:00 am

Joe Donnelly recently sat down with Colm Flynn of EWTN News In Depth.

Why is today called Spy Wednesday?

Apr 5, 2023 / 03:00 am

The name actually derives from the Gospel reading for today in which Judas Iscariot betrays Jesus for 30 pieces of silver.

New York City’s Mayor Adams responds to critics of his faith-based comments

Mar 20, 2023 / 15:10 pm

In the interview with Jen Psaki, Adams said he is concerned about America and that the root of the country’s problems is a failure to embrace spirituality.

PHOTOS: A timeline of Pope Francis’ 10 years as pope

Mar 13, 2023 / 13:15 pm

Pope Francis is the 265th successor of St. Peter. Here is a timeline of key events during his papacy.

‘Understand that he still loves you’: Catholics mourn victims of Michigan State shooting

Feb 15, 2023 / 12:31 pm

A Mass was offered Tuesday night at St. John Church and Student Center on MSU’s campus for the repose of the souls of those who died.

A ‘hate crime’ at Montana Catholic churches? Some think so

Jan 27, 2023 / 15:56 pm

Vandals destroyed a Nativity scene at St. Patrick’s Co-Cathedral in Billings, Montana, the night of Jan. 16.

‘Never take human life for granted,’ Archbishop Cordileone says after second mass shooting

Jan 24, 2023 / 13:30 pm

In the wake of yet another mass shooting in California, Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone released a statement Monday reminding people of the frailty of human life.