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Pope’s Sunday Angelus: “God calls to life, He calls to faith, He calls to a state in life”...

Pope Francis said Sunday that great joy is found when one offers his life in service to God’s call. more

A former Muslim discovers the goodness of bacon...

The lights were out. I was nestled in one of the many sleeping bags scattered on the floor of the prayer hall. Some of the men from our mosque in Raleigh were hosting a sleepover for us Muslim boys. … more

2nd Sunday of Ordinary Time: A picture of a prophet...

The first reading for Sunday Mass speaks to us of the call of Samuel. In examining it, we can see what it is that makes a great prophet. Put more theologically, we can see the ways in which God’s … more

Legionaries of Christ university in Rome reverse decision to honor Father Frank Pavone...

For a variety of reasons, “especially in relation to the political situation” in the United States, the Legionaries of Christ university in Rome will not honor Father Frank Pavone, national … more

New slate of ‘clear-headed, highly competent’ women on Council for Economy will help clean up Vatican finances, says Cardinal Pell ...

Cardinal George Pell welcomed Thursday Pope Francis’ inclusion of lay women on the Vatican’s economy council, saying he hopes “clear headed” women will help “sentimental males” do the … more

Catholic saints among those to be honored in ‘National Garden of American Heroes’ announced by Trump...

The National Garden of American Heroes will include statues of many notable Catholic figures, including five saints and numerous people who are on the path to sainthood. more

Americans must be good if this country is to be great. Catholic Americans must lead the way.....

Somewhere along the way, our gaze has become too grand, too wide, too caught up with sides and spins and high political spheres. Taking too great of an interest in politics is an inevitable road to … more

March for Life 2021 announces: ‘We are asking all participants to stay home and join virtually’...

The 2021 March for Life will take place virtually, organizers announced Friday. The March for Life Education and Defense Fund, the organization behind the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., … more

My people need Christ’s Body and Blood...

They canceled Easter. Is Christmas next?” Matthew Hennessey asked this question in the Wall Street Journal on December 8. Lockdown regulations did indeed cancel Christmas gatherings and festivities … more

5 things I regret that went uncorrected in 2020...

It is hard to know how to handle a rant. As a general rule, I am convinced that it is better to use bad news as a motive to deepen our commitment to Christ, grow spiritually, and engage more fully in … more

'You Will Be in My Heart Forever': First Lady Melania Trump Thanks Americans in Farewell Address

First Lady Melania Trump delivered her farewell address from the White House on Monday. more

Ohio Bans Telemedicine Abortions without a Physician Present

A new bill signed by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine makes it illegal for a woman to take an abortion pill without a physician present. more

75 Percent of Black Churchgoers Feel 'Powerless' in Politics: Barna

According to a new Barna study, 75 percent of Black American churchgoers feel powerless when it comes to politics. more

Joe Biden to Reverse Many of Trump's Pro-Life Policies, Abortion Restrictions

According to recent reports, once he takes office, Joe Biden is planning to reverse many of President Trump's pro-life policies. more

Biden Nominates Transgender Woman for HHS Assistant Secretary in Historic First

On Tuesday, President-elect Joe Biden on nominated Rachel Levine for assistant secretary of health at the Department of Health and Human Services. If confirmed, Levine will eye the first openly … more

Influential Pro-Life Activist Joe Scheidler Dies at 93 Years Old

Influential pro-life activist Joe Scheidler died from pneumonia on Monday. He was 93. more

750 People Reportedly Killed in Attack on Church in Ethiopia

According to a new report, some 750 people at a church in Ethiopia have allegedly been killed in an attack. more

Thousands Worldwide Pray for People with COVID-19 in Virtual Western Wall Visits

Thousands are virtually visiting the Western Wall to pray for people around the world with COVID-19. more

Harvard Students Want Degrees Stripped from Trump Supporters Cruz, McEnany, Others

A group of Harvard students has launched a petition urging the Ivy League school to revoke the degrees of Republicans who opposed the certification of the election. more

America Could Get a Faith-Centric 'National Hymn' Under Proposal by Rep. James Clyburn

The third-ranking Democrat in the House of Representatives has proposed that a hymn popular within the Black community becomes the national hymn that is sung alongside the national anthem. more
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