The U.S. bishops' migration committee chairman Sept. 15 welcomed a move by House members to include language in the $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation bill to provide a pathway to U.S. citizenship for beneficiaries of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and other immigrants.
With the help of the Holy Spirit, and the virtues of faith and courage, we can restore and build right relationships.
The flag-draped casket was empty during a memorial Mass in Wichita for Father Emil J. Kapaun July 29, 1953.
The debate about denying Communion to politicians who support abortion must be handled in a pastoral way, not by public condemnations that seek to "excommunicate" Catholics who are not in line with church teaching, Pope Francis said.
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Creighton University has opened a new $100 million Health Sciences building in Phoenix that will send hundreds of new professionals into a work force whose need has been heightened by the demands of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the face of widespread evidence of humanity's dark side, speakers a prayer service Sept. 13 -- on the eve of the opening of the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly -- identified unmistakable signs of hope.
A Vatican official urged Mexican bishops to prioritize migrant ministries -- even in dioceses without significant migrant flows -- saying, "No diocese exists in Mexico that can avoid this call."
New York Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan said he couldn't think of "a better place to be" than St. Patrick's Cathedral "on this somber anniversary" of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Pope Francis made sure that while the world often disregards the young and the marginalized, in the Catholic Church, "no one ought ever to feel out of place or set aside."