Niños mártires de Tlaxcala recordados por su devoción a la fe

Los tres niños — todos 12 o 13 años cuando serán canonizados el 15 de octubre en el Vaticano. Los dos últimos tenían 12 o 13 años cuando fallecieron en 1529.

After public procession, bishop consecrates Jackson Diocese to Mary

"A mother's love is what I needed," one participant said, "Mary took me by the hand and gently drew me to the bosom of Jesus when I was so far from Him that I couldn't imagine ever being reconciled." The consecration redoubled efforts at reconciliation and discipleship.

Trump administration expands exemptions on contraceptive mandate

Interim rules are now in place for religious employers concerned about the Affordable Care Act's contraceptive mandate.

Las Vegas Catholic churches, schools respond to shooting with prayers

Catholic parishes and schools have been praying and collecting items — especially restaurant gift cards — to be donated to the local hospitals to give to the family members who have flown into the city from all over the country to be with their wounded family members.

USCCB president, pope call for prayers after ‘unspeakable terror’

"We need to pray and to take care of those who are suffering" following "yet another night filled with unspeakable terror," president of the U.S. bishops said, noting that, "In the end, the only response is to do good..."

Phoenix seminarian on road to priesthood ordained deacon in Rome

Vinhson Nguyen was among 31 seminarians ordained to the diaconate during their final year of preparation and discernment for priesthood.

Pope launches ‘Share the Journey’ campaign [VIDEO]

The Church is re-energizing its efforts to welcome refugees and migrants through its "Share the Journey" aimed at personally knowing the people and their struggle.

Share the Journey campaign urges Catholics to connect with migrants

"The hope is that through the stories that are presented, the images presented, that people will be moved from their place of comfort to a place of encounter. That's what the church is calling us to."

Thousands flock to Oklahoma to witness beatification of ‘ordinary’ priest

Some 20,000 pilgrims packed an Oklahoma City convention center Sept. 23 to witness the beatification of a priestly saint they admired or knew personally.

Arizona Catholics look forward to beatification of Fr. Stanley Rother, first U.S.-born martyr

Kathy Rother, principal of Bourgade Catholic High School, keeps an image of her cousin, Fr. Stanley Rother on her desk. Though she never had a chance to meet him in person, she feels a very close connection to the priest who will be beatified in Oklahoma City Sept. 23.