Prince Charles praises St. Newman; others promote him as ‘doctor of the Church’

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — On the eve of the canonization of St. John Henry Newman, Britain’s Prince Charles, future head of the Church of England, penned an article about England’s newest saint for the Vatican newspaper, L’Osservatore Romano.

Newman’s conscience insights timely today, says Sydney archbishop

Cardinal Stanislaw Rylko, archpriest of the Basilica of St. Mary Major, walks past an image of St. John Henry Newman during...

Kindly lights in gloomy world: Pope declares five new saints

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Saints are people who recognized their need for God’s help, who took risks to discover God’s will and to help others and who nurtured a habit of thanksgiving, Pope Francis said.

Banners unfurled as faithful share stories of five saints

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — The Vatican hung banners of the Catholic Church’s newly canonized saints four days before the Mass that would officially recognize that they are in heaven with God.

Cardinals owner remembered for commitment to faith, family

His legacy also includes contributions to Catholic education locally and nationally.

Fear, status quo smother fire of God’s love, pope says at synod Mass

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — The Catholic Church’s mission in the world is to spread the fire of God’s love and must not be limited to the “‘ordinary maintenance’ of those who already know the Gospel,” Pope Francis said.

Marriage conference stirs couples with message of faith, meaning of love

It was a feat of logistics plus grace that resulted in about almost 500 couples from 60-some parishes experiencing a day of inspiration and community meant to bolster their marriages.

Pope to cardinals: Loving, loyal service requires feeling God’s love

VATICAN (CNS) — A long, snail-paced line of well-wishers waited to greet Cardinal Fridolin Ambongo Besungu of Kinshasa, Congo, after the ceremony in which Pope Francis placed a red hat on his head.

Justice is ‘a divine characteristic’ of God, archbishop says at Red Mass

"Those of you engaged in the administration of justice can and must never completely remove those divine qualities from your service and your calling," he said.

Court urged to hear Louisiana, Indiana cases and overturn Roe

The court will hear a challenge to a Louisiana law and will announce Oct. 7 whether it will take up an Indiana case.