NASHVILLE, Tenn. (CNS) — The university students who belong to the Knights of Columbus council at the intercollegiate University Catholic ministry in the Diocese of Nashville decided that if their fellow students couldn’t come to their Lenten fish fry, they would bring the fish fry to them.
Their methods have changed but their servant's heart remains unwavered.
WALSINGHAM, England (CNS) — English Catholics rededicated their country as Mary’s Dowry “in the eye of the storm” of the coronavirus pandemic.
BROOKLYN, N.Y. (CNS) — Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio of Brooklyn March 28 announced the death of Fr. Jorge Ortiz-Garay, 49, who died the evening before from COVID-19.
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Seeing and growing closer to God require purifying one’s heart from the sins and prejudices that distort reality and blind people to God’s active and real presence, Pope Francis said.
The mother of seven, including a homeless boy she adopted, wrote for the Catholic news wire for 37 years and other secular publications.
This portion of a poster, created by the Archdiocese of San Salvador, El Salvador to promote the World Day of Peace...
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — As national and local governments have been issuing stay-at-home or shelter-in-place orders to curb the spread of the coronavirus, Pope Francis asked people to pray for and assist those who are homeless.
HOUSTON (CNS) — When health officials recommended self-isolation to slow the spread of the coronavirus, Ali Hoffman and her parents, Michael and Michele, found themselves quarantined in their Fort Worth-area home.
The phone was his lifeline, literally, to the sacrament of reconciliation.