Zoe Romanowsky

Zoe Romanowsky

Zoe Romanowsky is General Assignment Editor at Catholic News Agency based in Washington, DC. She previously worked for Aleteia.

Articles by Zoe Romanowsky

4 things to ponder on the feast of the Visitation

May 31, 2024 / 04:00 am

May 31 is the feast of the Visitation of Mary to Elizabeth, the second joyful mystery of the rosary.

Pope Francis appoints Cardinal Tagle as special envoy to National Eucharistic Congress 

May 18, 2024 / 10:35 am

The Vatican announced Saturday that the pope has appointed Cardinal Luis Antonio G. Tagle,as his special envoy to the National Eucharistic Congress this July.

As new altar is consecrated at destroyed Iraq church, former parishioner recalls ‘wonderful days’

Apr 18, 2024 / 06:00 am

Georgena Habbaba says her eyes filled with tears to see her childhood parish and school in Mosul, Iraq, reconstructed and open again for worship and study.

As hunger crisis unfolds in Ethiopia, global charity teams up with Catholic nuns to feed children

Apr 13, 2024 / 06:00 am

Mary’s Meals, which feeds almost 2.5 million children globally, has been partnering with the Daughters of Charity in Tigray since 2017. 

Foundation releases never-before-seen images of Padre Pio

Apr 10, 2024 / 06:00 am

To mark its 10th anniversary, the Saint Pio Foundation in the United States will release all 10 photographs of Padre Pio on April 29.

French court sentences Cardinal Ouellet, religious community to fines after expelling nun

Apr 5, 2024 / 13:10 pm

A French court has fined Canadian Cardinal Marc Ouellet, PSS, and others for the wrongful dismissal of Sabine Baudin de la Valette, formerly Mother Marie Ferréol.

Women are ‘builders of humanity,’ Pope Francis says in conference address

Mar 8, 2024 / 05:00 am

On the day before International Women’s Day, Pope Francis addressed participants of an international conference on Thursday at the Vatican. 

Walking in faith: Eight children receive first Communion in northern Gaza 

Jan 11, 2024 / 09:33 am

This past weekend, children at Holy Family Parish in northern Gaza received first holy Communion in the midst of war and turmoil.

‘Every child deserves the opportunity to thrive’: New Orleans Saints owner funds new Catholic school

Jan 7, 2024 / 06:00 am

Gayle Benson concluded her monthly giving in December with a large donation to Good Shepherd School, which serves inner-city children in New Orleans. 

Missionary priest builds up Haiti one student, one classroom at a time

Nov 25, 2023 / 07:00 am

Father Louis Merosne is on a mission to rebuild the Catholic educational system where he ministers in Haiti. 

Fighting euthanasia in Canada: Amanda Achtman is a millennial on a mission 

Nov 5, 2023 / 06:00 am

Achtman, who has launched the Dying to Meet You project, says “it’s not so much that we have a culture of death as we now seem to have death without culture.”

Dominican priest becomes first VP of ministry and mission at Catholic University of America

Oct 18, 2023 / 10:30 am

Father Aquinas Guilbeau, OP, who has been CUA chaplain for the past year, will continue to assist and guide the life and mission of the university in his new role.

American professor who founded school in Artsakh says Christians there are starving

Sep 9, 2023 / 06:00 am

Siobhan Nash-Marshall, founder of the Christians in Need Foundation, spoke to CNA about her work in the Nagorno-Karabakh region (Artsakh).

Journalist documents power of forgiveness on anniversary of Christian persecution in India

Sep 6, 2023 / 07:01 am

Anto Akkara held a recent screening of his sixth film about the killings of Christians in Kandhamal, India, in 2008.

U.S. bishops appeal to leaders to do more to ensure food security around the globe

Aug 7, 2023 / 15:40 pm

Bishop David J. Malloy cited numbers that estimated about 258 million people in 58 countries experienced crisis-level acute hunger in 2022.

24-hour read-a-thon highlights wrongful detention of WSJ journalist Evan Gerschkovich

Jul 19, 2023 / 12:18 pm

Journalists, as well as family and friends, are gathering in D.C., London, and Singapore to highlight the unjust arrest of Gerschkovich in Russia.

Louisville archbishop issues statement to celebrate Father’s Day

Jun 18, 2023 / 07:00 am

Bishop Shelton J. Fabre’s words on the role of fathers in welcoming life is a reminder of the importance the Church places on fatherhood.

Former Guantanamo Bay interrogator speaks about torture, conscience, and faith

Jun 17, 2023 / 06:00 am

Jennifer Bryson, a former lead interrogator at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp, recently talked with EWTN News In Depth’s Colm Flynn.

This Catholic group supports church leaders, parents to catechize children with disabilities

May 20, 2023 / 05:00 am

As autism rates continue to increase, the National Catholic Partnership on Disability seeks to support Catholic leaders, catechists, publishers, and parents.

Film about freedom activist Jimmy Lai surpasses 1 million YouTube views in under 2 weeks

May 5, 2023 / 08:20 am

“The Hong Konger” tells the story of the pro-democracy media billionaire who chose to publicly oppose China’s crackdown on the people of Hong Kong.