Whether you're participating in a local, regional or national March for Life this month, there a "digital pilgrimage for life, of prayer and action, focusing on cherishing the gift of human life," that the faithful can take too or instead.
The saint is known worldwide as a miracle saint for his spiritual and physical healings, including restoration of a Phoenix woman's vision restored after touching the relics in 2016.
MARIETTA, Ga. (CNS) — In March 2017, Dcn. Norm Keller and his wife, Barbara, lost their home in Marietta after a private plane crashed into their front yard and exploded.
WASHINGTON (CNS) — As the Catholic Church in the U.S. began observing National Migration Week, a time to reflect on the circumstances confronting migrants, immigrants, refugees and human trafficking victims, the administration of President Donald Trump announced that it would end an immigration program for thousands of Salvadorans, one of the largest groups of modern-day immigrants in the country and one that includes many Catholics.
INDIANAPOLIS (CNS) — Brenda Martinez’s first dream was to become an astrophysicist. As she finished seventh grade in Indianapolis, her heart was set on attending Purdue University with the help of a state scholarship program.
HOLMDEL, N.J. (CNS) — Students at St. John Vianney High School expected their recent pep rally to be fun, colorful and filled with good-natured competition.
WASHINGTON (CNS) — The Federal Emergency Management Agency is revising its policies to no longer exclude houses of worship from applying for federal aid to recover from damages caused by natural disasters.
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Because everyone has a right to life, liberty and personal security, nations must find nonviolent solutions to conflict and difficulties, Pope Francis said.
WASHINGTON (CNS) — Trappist Father Christian-Marie de Cherge, one of seven monks slain by Islamic terrorists in Algeria in 1996, left a letter that anticipated he would be assassinated.
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — To follow Jesus, one must set out like the Magi, leaving comfort behind, following the light and offering the Lord gifts without expecting anything in return, Pope Francis said Jan. 6 during Mass on the feast of the Epiphany.