A Brophy freshman will have a solid reason for missing classes Feb. 25. He will be testifying before the U.S. government.
By Cindy Wooden Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Human trafficking is “brutal, savage and criminal,” Pope Francis said, but often it seems like people...
Pope Francis was thousands of miles away during his inaugural visit to the U.S., but he stayed close to the hearts of area Catholics.
For Celeste and her husband of 17 years, the thought of having another child was too much for them to bear.
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.
For Pope Francis, safeguarding creation by protecting plants and animals, or by ensuring the air, water and land will support human life for generations to come is only part of the task.
Of the more than 1,000 organizations that hosted blood drives throughout Arizona last year, three parishes from the Diocese of Phoenix emerged among the top three percent.
ROME (CNS) — Drawing attention to the special needs of people with Alzheimer’s disease, Pope Francis made an afternoon visit to a community of group homes designed to keep residents active and living as normal a life as possible.
The Year of Consecrated Life proclaimed by Pope Francis in November has reached its halfway, igniting a ground-swell of interest and support along the way.
WASHINGTON (CNS) — The chairmen of three U.S. bishops’ committees Aug. 21 welcomed a proposed rule from the U.S. Department of Labor aimed at clarifying religious protections that may be invoked by federal contractors, including faith-based organizations.