Catholic News

 

18
Mar
2019

Saint Mary's raises nearly $20,000 for Winona boy battling leukemia

Saint Mary's University has nearly reached its goal of raising $20,000 for this year's Taylor Richmond Benefit recipient Joseph Row of Winona. [...]

18
Mar
2019

Study shows cohabiting relationships to be less stable than marriage

A new study found that in 11 countries across the globe, cohabiting couples have more doubts about their relationship lasting and give less importance to their relationship than [...]

16
Mar
2019

Heartbeat Bills Gain State Momentum but Pro-Life Groups Divided on Their Efficacy

Heartbeat bills have been gaining momentum and stirring up controversy in state legislatures across the country. These measures would ban abortion after [...]

16
Mar
2019

On Lenten retreat, Pope Francis reflected on 'Gaudium et spes'

Pope Francis said Friday that he senses resistance to Gaudium et spes, a document the pope said he reflected much upon during [...]

15
Mar
2019

Catholic leaders speak out against 'Remain in Mexico' policy

Catholic leaders released a statement this week in disagreement with the United Statesâ?? expansion of a policy that restricts asylum seekers [...]

15
Mar
2019

What Catholic universities are doing to address the sex abuse crisis

Late last summer, as accusations of abuse against then-cardinal Theodore McCarrick surfaced, a grand jury report from Pennsylvania detailed [...]

14
Mar
2019

Cardinal Pell Trial Observer Calls Guilty Verdict 'Incomprehensible'

A witness to both of Cardinal George Pell's trials says the prefect emeritus of the Vatican Secretariat for the Economy is a victim of 'trial by media' [...]

14
Mar
2019

Courage conference to focus on 'Courageous friendship'

A Catholic ministry announced Tuesday the theme for its upcoming conference for people who experience [...]

13
Mar
2019

What's next for Cardinal Pell?

On Wednesday, Cardinal George Pell was sentenced to six years in prison following his conviction on five charges of [...]

13
Mar
2019

Colorado baker asks for true tolerance, and an end to the spotlight

A Colorado baker who became the focus of legal battles over religious freedom and same- [...]

12
Mar
2019

Catholic missionaries, aid workers among victims of Ethiopian plane crash

Pope Francis is offering prayers for the 157 people killed in an Ethiopian Airlines plane crash Sunday, which include a priest, a religious sister, and four [...]

11
Mar
2019

Live in the 'Fast' Lane for Lent

When 9-year-old Peter put "play a board game" on the Guest family's "Countdown Chain," it gave the family [...]

10
Mar
2019

Pope Francis: Martyred seminarians provide a witness for priests, bishops

Pope Francis said Sunday that the nine Spanish seminarian martyrs beatified this weekend provide a witness [...]

08
Mar
2019

Pope Francis: Abuse revelations are purifying the Church

God is purifying his Church through the painful revelations of the abuse scandals, so do not be discouraged [...]

07
Mar
2019

Should fears about climate come before kids?

Catholic academics have said that concerns about climate change should not discourage millennials [...]

06
Mar
2019

Minnesota Catholics promote 'integral human ecology' at state lobbying event

At a time when, to many Catholics, politics in America seem at odds with faith and morals, Catholics in Minnesota gathered [...]

06
Mar
2019

Prayer for an End to Infanticide

The U.S. Senate recently failed to pass the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act-legislation that prohibits [...]

05
Mar
2019

Analysis: The stakes of Pell's Vatican trial

The Vatican has announced that a canonical process against Cardinal George Pell will soon begin [...]

04
Mar
2019

Vatican to open WWII secret archives of Pope Pius XII

Pope Francis announced Monday that the Vatican will open its archives on the pontificate [...]

02
Mar
2019

Thousands of unaccompanied minors allege sexual abuse in government custody

Thousands of migrant children and teens have reported being sexually abused or harassed while in government custody [...]

01
Mar
2019

St. Katharine Drexel's tomb at Philadelphia cathedral named an archdiocesan shrine

The Archdiocese of Philadelphia has announced that the recently constructed tomb of St. Katharine Drexel at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul has been declared [...]

28
Feb
2019

South Korean bishop weighs in on Trump-Kim summit

As U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un meet in Vietnam this week, a South Korean archbishop sees [...]

27
Feb
2019

After judicial setback, Iowa lawmakers pursue other pro-life goals

An Iowa Supreme Court decision declaring abortion to be a fundamental right bars the way to appeal a ruling against a pro-life bill [...]

27
Feb
2019

Cardinal DiNardo's statement at close of meeting on the Protection of Minors

Cardinal DiNardo issues statement at close of meeting on the protection of minors in the Church

26
Feb
2019

Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Bill Fails to Beat Senate Filibuster

The Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act has failed to achieve the 60 votes necessary to invoke the ending of debate [...]