Relevant Radio is broadcasting litany of coronavirus prayers daily

A Chinese-American teenager with connections to Italy recorded "Litany in Time of Need" with her archbishop.

Catholic Charities helps transform housing into homes

“It’s knowing their neighbors, having relationships and being in a place where they know that they are seen and heard, and their dignity is held in a high regard.” said the head of resident services.

Forty years after his martyrdom, St. Romero influences U.S. Church WASHINGTON (CNS) — In life, El Salvador’s St. Óscar Romero had an open line of communication with the...

‘Gospel of life’ needed now more than ever, pope says

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Defending life is not an abstract concept but a duty for all Christians and it means protecting the unborn, the poor, the sick, the unemployed and migrants, Pope Francis said.

Pope, Christian leaders around the globe join in prayer for pandemic’s end

We turn to the Lord several times a day, "but at this moment we want to implore mercy for all of humanity so harshly tried by the coronavirus pandemic."

Flagstaff Catholics find unique ways to grow in prayer

Whether it's adoration, public prayer in defense of life, Stations of the Cross or another type of prayer, Catholics use Lent to revamp their prayer habits.

‘Every man for himself’ is not a solution to pandemic, pope says

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — As more and more countries start to feel the economic pinch due to the coronavirus pandemic, Pope Francis urged business leaders to seek solutions that will not hurt employees and their families.

In choosing the poor, St. Romero followed Church teaching, not ideology

WASHINGTON (CNS) — The year 1980 was a bloody one for tiny El Salvador. In the early months of that year, Archbishop Óscar Romero of San Salvador, who had seen and heard of the disappearances and killings of civilians, was doing everything possible to avert a full-fledged war.

Flying priest confronts COVID-19 [VIDEO]

A New Jersey priest flies the parameters of the Diocese of Camden with a monstrance and a statue of Mary to say a blessing against the coronavirus.

Catholic leaders praise Colorado’s repeal of death penalty

It's the third state in as many years to do so and the third since the Vatican's 2018 revision to the Catechism declaring it eternally inadmissible.