If New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo pushes to have “a right to an abortion” codified in state law, he will face “vociferous” and “rigorous” opposition from Catholic and other pro-lifers, said Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan of New York.
Don’t forget to wear red to Mass this weekend for the feast of Pentecost and check out other date/family-friendly activities on this weekend’s calendar.
While you’re at it, pray for the confirmandi at Phoenix’s St. Agnes, St. Vincent de Paul and Mater Misericordiae parishes and St. Anne Parish in Gilbert. Plus congratulations to Notre Dame Preparatory’s 189 graduates receiving their diploma tonight. Also keep in prayer Knights of Columbus who are gathering for a state convention this weekend.
A diverse group of young college women lounged on couches at the entrance of the George Mason University Student Union on a recent afternoon. Ninoska Moratin, a campus missionary with the Fellowship of Catholic University Students, better known as FOCUS, entreated the students to review their week as she began the Bible study.
More 400 representatives of the Arizona State Council of the Knights of Columbus will be joining together during this weekend for their annual state convention. The following are major events of the convention that are open to all.
The annual audit of diocesan compliance with the U.S. Catholic Church’s “Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People” found a drop in the number of allegations, number of victims and number of offenders reported in 2012.
World leaders must step up to call for an end to the escalating violence in war-torn Syria to stop the killing of innocent people and halt human rights violations, said the Vatican’s permanent observer to the United Nations.
When Fr. José Antonio Fortea Cucurull began his ministry as an exorcist, he was the only one in all of Spain. That was some 15 years ago.
A federal mandate issued by the Obama administration is the target of 44 separate lawsuits, 58 cases and 190 plaintiffs — many of them Catholic — from across the country.
As Oregon scientists announced May 15 that they had successfully converted human skin cells into embryonic stem cells, the chairman of the U.S. bishops’ Committee on Pro-Life Activities warned that the technique is morally troubling on many levels.
The head of the Vatican office promoting new evangelization said that while he does not like the terms “Francis effect” or “Francis bump,” it is true that “Pope Francis has touched the hearts and minds of many people.”