Joyce Coronel

Joyce Coronel is a regular contributor to The Catholic Sun and author of “A Martyr’s Crown.”

Hosffman Ospino, profesor asistente de ministerio Hispano y educación religiosa en Boston College, tuvo un mensaje poderoso para compartir. El rostro de la Iglesia Católica...

The face of the Catholic Church is changing swiftly and it’s crucial to reach out to young, U.S.-born Hispanics who are slipping away from the Church in staggering numbers.

Holy Cross Father Tom Doyle grew up in a small town in Washington, the son of a country doctor and nurse in a family where priests were often welcome guests.

Tom Egan, who became president and CEO of Foundation for Senior Living in January, is on a mission: to do a better job of reaching out to people in the pews on Sunday and letting them know about its array of services. No hace muchos años, los católicos y otros cristianos no tuvieron muchas ganas de rezar juntos. Miembros del Movimiento Juan 17 quieren cambiar todo eso....

Not so very long ago, Catholics and other Christians were less than eager to pray together.

Friends and family of the first Hispanic governor of Arizona gathered at St. Mary’s Basilica May 16 to bid farewell to Raúl Héctor Castro.

When life kicks you in the teeth and you’re down for the count, you find out quickly who your friends are.

The unthinkable has happened: a friend’s loved one has died. What can you say to comfort them? And equally important, what should you not say?

As the number of babies born with Down syndrome continues to plummet, local author Sherry Boas hopes people will ponder the unintended consequences.


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