Catholic News Service

Catholic News Service, serving since 1920 as a news agency specializing in reporting religion, is the primary source of national and world news that appears in the U.S. Catholic press. It is also a leading source of news for Catholic print and broadcast media throughout the world.

The public display of the Shroud of Turin aims to promote conversion and healing, especially post-abortive healing.

For Pope Francis, safeguarding creation by protecting plants and animals, or by ensuring the air, water and land will support human life for generations to come is only part of the task.

President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama will welcome Pope Francis to the White House Sept. 23.

An Alabama church commemorated its role in the final steps of the civil rights march to Montgomery 50 years ago with a special Mass.

Having so much world-famous art housed in Rome's churches and chapels has risked turning the city's sacred spaces into sightseer circuses.

The crack of the bat is a sure sign of spring, one that calls an attorney to the field with a set of hat and gear that helps players, coaches and trainers follow the laws of Christ.

Pope Francis has erected a diocese in northern Mexico, located along the border of Arizona.

At the end of Pope Francis' spontaneity-filled meeting with priests, seminarians and religious in the cathedral of Naples, the vial of dried blood of the city's patron saint appeared to miraculously liquefy.

The number of Catholic marriages in the United States is at its lowest point since 1965.


Baseball fever prompts some major league players at spring training to immerse themselves in their Catholic faith, with a little help from chaplains and a faith-based organization.


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