Cardinal: Britons crying out for more generous response to migrants

Shocking images of bodies washed up on beaches in the Mediterranean — including one of a drowned Syrian boy lying face down — are revealing “the human face of this suffering," Cardinal Vincent Nichols of Westminster said.

Leaders launch initiative to send faithful forth ‘Juntos’

Bishop Olmsted hopes the effort gains “many more missionary disciples and people of every age and culture who know Jesus Christ" across the diocese eager to invite others to follow Him.

Chaplain says 40 years with bowl-bound Badgers ‘a wonderful experience’

He believes a lot of the team's current success is due to the strong spirituality among the coaches and players, starting with the head coach, who is Catholic himself.

Sr. Margaret Usuka, SNDdeN, (1926-2018) remembered for artistic passion, ability to reach out to...

She briefly led a Catholic school in Glendale and supported a library on the Fort McDowell Indian Reservation. She also served as a teacher and a servant of the poor in Cincinnati, Chicago, Kenya and Alaska.

Top Catholic business execs embrace ongoing call to conversion

SCOTTSDALE — Top-ranking Catholic business leaders spent three days at the Phoenician strengthening each other in their resolve to remain authentically Catholic in the marketplace.

Conference promotes message of Medjugorje, prayer life

The MIR Center of Arizona will hold its annual Marian conference Aug. 24-26 at the Double Tree Paradise Valley Resort in Scottsdale. The conference...

Our Blessed Mother: Honoring the Virgin Mary in May

The Queen of Heaven is so revered for her relationship with Christ and her love and guidance of her earthly children, the Catholic Church has dedicated the month of May in her honor.

Here’s what the VP candidates said about abortion last night

FARMVILLE, Va. (CNA/EWTN News) - The topic of abortion made an appearance at the vice presidential debate last night, as both candidates discussed the role of faith in their lives, and how it aligns with their political views.

Catholics coming home: Major media campaign yields success

Television is often seen as having a negative influence on viewers, but it recently had a positive impact on the lives of local Catholics.

Pequeño tour brings Central American orphans to Arizona

Fourteen Nicaraguan children without parents or other relatives to care for them are making their way through Arizona and California to meet and thank their distant godparents whose financial support helps meet their basic needs. The children, ages 9 to 25, are all part of Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos. The nearly 60-year-old nonprofit, started by an Arizona native turned priest, is led by staff and volunteers who are raising some 3,300 children in nine countries.