Kate Quiñones

Kate Quiñones

Kate Quiñones is a staff writer for Catholic News Agency and a fellow of the College Fix. She has been published by the Wall Street Journal, the Denver Catholic Register, and CatholicVote, and she graduated from Hillsdale College. She lives in Colorado with her husband.

Articles by Kate Quiñones

Art as a leap of faith: Kansas artist quits job to paint murals to revitalize parish

Feb 22, 2024 / 07:00 am

Mattie Karr took a leap of faith into full-time sacred art beginning with two 15-foot-tall triptychs of the descent of the Holy Spirit and the presentation of Jesus.

Registration opens for ‘milestone’ 2024 National Eucharistic Congress

Feb 16, 2024 / 14:00 pm

Registration opened on Thursday for the 2024 National Eucharistic Congress, a “milestone” in the third year of the U.S. bishops’ initiative.

‘This is about killing people’: Leading voice against euthanasia warns of pro-euthanasia efforts

Feb 14, 2024 / 15:30 pm

“This is their most active year ever ... they’re pushing very hard in the states they hope to win in,” said Euthanasia Prevention Coalition director Alex Schadenberg.

Religious sisters urge passage of aid bill to ‘break link’ between trafficking, migration

Feb 13, 2024 / 08:00 am

The Frederick Douglass Trafficking Victims Prevention and Protection Reauthorization Act is on the docket for the House of Representatives this week.

How to honor Valentine’s Day on Ash Wednesday 

Feb 11, 2024 / 08:00 am

This year, Ash Wednesday falls on Valentine’s Day. But the two days don’t need to be completely at odds with one another, according to Father Dustin Dought.

New Jersey sheriff’s funeral Mass shows Church’s development of approach to suicide

Feb 6, 2024 / 07:00 am

There is a growing focus in the Catholic Church on suicide prevention and mental health support.

Tammy Peterson speaks about her healing from cancer and journey to Catholicism

Feb 3, 2024 / 07:00 am

In an interview with “EWTN News In Depth,” Tammy Peterson shared about the rosary’s role in her faith journey and in her healing from cancer. 

Here are 4 Catholic schools in the U.S. that are keeping the faith

Jan 29, 2024 / 05:00 am

As National Catholic Schools Week begins, CNA looks at four schools across the country that prioritize their Catholic identity in creative ways.

University of Dallas to host convent for Nashville Dominican sisters 

Jan 27, 2024 / 08:00 am

Catholic liberal arts college University of Dallas announced on Jan. 18 that it will be hosting a convent for the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia.

Pope’s ambassador to U.S. moderates education forum in Florida

Jan 26, 2024 / 06:00 am

Cardinal Christophe Pierre, the apostolic nuncio to the United States, was in St. Petersburg, Florida, Wednesday to draw attention to the issue of education.

Pro-life diaper company makes big splash

Jan 24, 2024 / 07:30 am

America’s leading pro-life diaper company, EveryLife, just wrapped up its latest ad campaign in Times Square. 

A founder with a vision: Tech-based Catholic university in Los Angeles to open this fall

Jan 23, 2024 / 17:30 pm

The Catholic Polytechnic University (CPU) in Los Angeles announced that it will welcome its first inaugural class of students in fall 2024.

The origins of St. Agnes, child saint and martyr

Jan 21, 2024 / 04:00 am

Although not much is known about the life of St. Agnes, there are many stories passed down since her martyrdom in the fourth century.

Mississippi’s new ‘MAMA’ app connects moms with the help they need

Jan 19, 2024 / 06:00 am

Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch announced the launch of the Mississippi Access to Maternal Assistance (MAMA) app on Tuesday.

Vatican approves new cathedral for Diocese of Madison

Jan 18, 2024 / 11:15 am

After nearly 20 years without a cathedral, the Diocese of Madison, Wisconsin, announced on Wednesday that the Holy See approved a new cathedral site.

With every woman: How Catholic maternity homes are serving mothers

Jan 18, 2024 / 08:00 am

There are more than 400 maternity homes throughout the U.S. CNA went in-depth into three of the homes that are Catholic in their founding and mission.

How to watch the March for Life: EWTN’s coverage schedule

Jan 17, 2024 / 16:00 pm

EWTN will be providing live coverage of the Jan. 19 event, featuring expert guests and in-depth analysis.

In Iowa home stretch, DeSantis focuses on faith, family, and ‘culture of life’

Jan 13, 2024 / 06:00 am

In the final days of what could be a make or break moment for his 2024 presidential candidacy, Gov. Ron DeSantis shared his belief in a “culture of life.”

Scottish government proposes ‘conversion practices’ ban

Jan 11, 2024 / 12:00 pm

The Scottish government this week released a document proposing the criminalization of “conversion practices.”

DeSantis highlights social conservative policy achievements, priorities 

Jan 10, 2024 / 20:00 pm

In an interview with EWTN News, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis highlighted his record of social conservative policy wins and agenda as a presidential candidate.