Faith Video
America FilmsJanuary 08, 2020
Fr. Eric Sundrup, S.J., and Fr. Paddy Gilger, S.J., answer some of the Internet's most searched questions about Catholics.
Faith Video
America FilmsJanuary 08, 2020
Fr. Eric Sundrup, S.J., and Fr. Paddy Gilger, S.J., answer some of the Internet's most searched questions about Christmas.
Politics & Society News
Five Catholic groups co-sponsored the vigil: the Conference of Major Superiors of Men, the Franciscan Action Network, the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns, Pax Christi USA, and the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas Justice Team.
Faith Podcasts
Colleen DulleJanuary 08, 2020
A look at U.S.-Iran tensions, the papal hand slap and The Two Popes.
Politics & Society News
As many as 50% of China's estimated 10 million to 12 million Catholics worship in communities not registered with the Chinese government.
Politics & Society News
The latest earthquake sent people scurrying from their homes into the streets from Ponce, the island's second-largest city
Faith Last Take
Stephanie SladeJanuary 07, 2020
Alcohol is, quite literally, at the center of the Catholic experience.
Unlike souls in our Christian world, which are said to be immaterial and immortal, dæmons in Philip Pullman’s books are both material and mortal (photo: HBO). 
Arts & Culture Television
John J. O’KeefeJanuary 07, 2020
The eco-spiritual ideas so evident in the books are not present, but they may appear in Season 2.
Politics & Society News
Monks at a Catholic college in New Hampshire faced off in court Monday against the school's board of trustees in a dispute over an effort to limit the the monks' power — a move some worry could lead to increased secularization.
Faith Faith in Focus
Peter BiererJanuary 07, 2020
To you, O God, I entrust my sorrow, my fears, my anguish, as well as the people, the flora and fauna, the land of Australia.
Mourners attend a funeral procession for Iranian Maj. Gen. Qasem Soleimani and Iraqi militia commander Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis in Tehran, Iran, Jan. 6, 2020. The two men were killed Jan. 3 in a U.S. drone airstrike at Baghdad International Airport. (CNS photo/Nazanin Tabatabaee/, West Asia News Agency via Reuters)
Politics & Society News
Ryan Di CorpoJanuary 06, 2020
Pope Francis prayed for peace from St. Peter’s Square. “War only brings death and destruction,” he said. “I call on all parties to keep alive the flame of dialogue and self-control and avoid the shadow of enmity.”
Faith Faith in Focus
M.T. BennettJanuary 06, 2020
One who is blind from birth will always be blind. That is what my medical training teaches me. My faith, however, gives me hope for a different outcome.
Politics & Society News
By tradition, the person who retrieves the wooden cross will be freed from evil spirits and will be healthy throughout the year. After the cross is fished out, the priest sprinkles believers with water using a bunch of basil.
Politics & Society News
If the U.S. were to directly bomb Iran, it could spark a war and lead to region-wide violence, potentially drawing other countries into a global conflict.
Politics & Society News
The Bolivia Child Welfare Agency estimated that in 2014, there were 14,000 cases of rape of children and women nationally.
Faith Examen
James Martin, S.J.January 06, 2020
The Rev. James Martin, S.J. leads listeners through a guided reflection on the Epiphany and the significance of the Wise Men's visit.
Politics & Society Interviews
Sean Salai, S.J.January 06, 2020
As we learn more and more about this history, we learn it’s not just a Jesuit story. While our focus is on the history and legacy of Jesuit slaveholding, what has become clear is the centrality of slaveholding in the history of the Catholic Church
Faith News
“War only brings death and destruction. I call on all parties to keep alive the flame of dialogue and self-control and avoid the shadow of enmity.”
Demonstrators react during a Jan. 3, 2020, protest in front of U.N. offices in Tehran, Iran, after Iranian Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani was killed in a U.S. drone airstrike at Baghdad International Airport earlier that day. (CNS photo/Nazanin Tabatabaee, West Asia News Agency via Reuters) 
Politics & Society News Analysis
Kevin ClarkeJanuary 03, 2020
Christians have just begun to trickle back to communities that had been devastated first by ISIS then by the Iraqi and U.S. coalition forces that drove out ISIS. Those forces include the Shiite militia that have been targeted by the Trump administration over the last week.
Faith News
Members of the 13-million-person denomination have been at odds for years over the issue.