Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service

Politics & Society News
March 20, 2017
The invitation came amid increasingly closer relations between the Vatican and al-Azhar University, which is considered the most authoritative theological-academic institution of Sunni Islam.
Politics & Society News
March 09, 2017
The answer to the refugee crisis is continued assistance "not to close the gates of the countries where people are knocking for survival," Archbishop Silvano M. Tomasi said.
Politics & Society News
March 02, 2017
Solutions should focus more on correcting unjust systems and selfish behaviors than population control.
Politics & Society News
March 01, 2017
Marie Collins, one of the founding members and the last remaining abuse survivor on the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors, has quit.
Politics & Society News
February 24, 2017
Even the pope's own astronomers applauded the new discovery.
Faith News
February 07, 2017
The charter "reaffirms the sanctity of life" as a gift from God and calls on those working in health care to be "servants" and "ministers of life."
Politics & Society News
January 23, 2017
Communities need to be saved from "corruption, extortion, the illegal trafficking of drugs and weapons," he said.
Faith News
January 02, 2017
"That is how one builds peace, saying 'no' to hatred and violence—with action—and 'yes' to fraternity and reconciliation," Pope Francis said on Jan. 1.
Faith News
December 29, 2016
The imbalance in the world, one Jesuit expert has said, reflects how years of papal pleas and Vatican mandates have not been received or implemented consistently everywhere.
Arts & Culture News
December 20, 2016
Barbara Jatta, 54, is an Italian art historian and graphic arts expert, who had been serving as vice-director of the museums since June.