Love for Christ leads to sharing faith in word and deed, pope says

The first task of a catechist is to love the Lord and to live the faith in a way that makes others want to live it, too, Pope Francis told more than 1,400 people attending the International Congress on Catechesis.

Pope asks for prayers before Kazakhstan visit

Pope Francis asked Christians to pray for him before he embarks on a three-day visit to Kazakhstan.

CRS, others call for increased aid to prevent Somalia’s looming famine

Amid a U.N. warning that a famine is looming in Somalia, U.S.-based Catholic Relief Services is calling for increased humanitarian support in the Horn of Africa country.

British Catholics, Pope Francis pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II

Catholics in the U.K. paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II following her death Sept. 8 and the end of a reign that lasted more than 70 years.

Show me the honey: Maryland sisters find divine touch in beekeeping

With an apron protecting her long, black religious habit, Sister Deborah Rose Rosado marveled at the steady stream of thick, golden goo she poured into a small glass jar.

History can foster understanding of present racial unrest, scholars say

When Georgetown University and the Jesuits began efforts to make amends for selling 272 enslaved people to a Louisiana plantation in the 1830s, leaders of the Catholic institution for higher education went beyond their apologies and offers of restitution.

God’s mailman: Blessed John Paul always delivered Gospel with a smile

As the sainthood cause of Blessed John Paul I reached a major milestone with his beatification at the Vatican in early September, promoters and supporters of his cause hope his legacy continues to get the attention it deserves.

Saskatchewan bishops, community pray for victims of mass stabbing

The Catholic bishops of Saskatchewan offered prayers for everyone affected by the deadly stabbing rampage that left 12 dead -- including the two suspected killers -- and at least 18 injured.

Vatican Library invites world’s scholars to read, contribute to new journal

The Vatican Library, one of the world's oldest libraries, has launched a new scholarly journal to help promote high-quality research, dialogue across cultures and sharing knowledge related to the library's holdings, said Cardinal José Tolentino de Mendonca, Vatican librarian and archivist.