This past weekend, children at Holy Family Parish in northern Gaza received first holy Communion in the midst of war and turmoil.
Gayle Benson concluded her monthly giving in December with a large donation to Good Shepherd School, which serves inner-city children in New Orleans.
Father Louis Merosne is on a mission to rebuild the Catholic educational system where he ministers in Haiti.
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.”
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.
Siobhan Nash-Marshall, founder of the Christians in Need Foundation, spoke to CNA about her work in the Nagorno-Karabakh region (Artsakh).
Anto Akkara held a recent screening of his sixth film about the killings of Christians in Kandhamal, India, in 2008.
Bishop David J. Malloy cited numbers that estimated about 258 million people in 58 countries experienced crisis-level acute hunger in 2022.
Journalists, as well as family and friends, are gathering in D.C., London, and Singapore to highlight the unjust arrest of Gerschkovich in Russia.
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.
Jennifer Bryson, a former lead interrogator at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp, recently talked with EWTN News In Depth’s Colm Flynn.
As autism rates continue to increase, the National Catholic Partnership on Disability seeks to support Catholic leaders, catechists, publishers, and parents.
“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.
Friends and colleagues pay tribute to Kevin Vost, a man of many talents and virtues who wrote two dozen books after his conversion from atheism to the Catholic faith.
After Maureen Digan’s healing was accepted as the miracle for St. Faustina’s beatification, the Digan family has remained close to the promises of divine mercy.