Faith Dispatches
Dean DettloffSeptember 04, 2020
Scarboro missionaries in Canada are known for living the Gospel and contributing powerfully to social justice efforts in some of the most impoverished regions of the world.
Politics & Society Dispatches
Michael J. O’LoughlinSeptember 04, 2020
The Biden campaign launched an effort to convince Catholic voters that Mr. Biden embodies their shared values.
Faith Dispatches
Almost four decades after their deaths, these women martyrs are remembered, not because of how they died, but as examples of Christian lives well-lived.
Faith News
A month after a double blast struck Beirut, Pope Francis’ closest collaborator assured the Lebanese: “The whole world supports you.”
Faith News
As many people around the world face economic uncertainty due to the pandemic, a paradigm shift is needed, Pope Francis said.
Pope Francis meets with a group of clergy and laypeople advising the French bishops' conference on ecological policies and on promoting the teaching in his encyclical, "Laudato Si', On Care for Our Common Home" on Sept. 3, 2020. Actress Juliette Binoche, to the pope's left in the white and yellow blouse, was part of the meeting in the library of the Apostolic Palace at the Vatican. (CNS photo/Vatican Media)
Politics & Society Vatican Dispatch
Gerard O’ConnellSeptember 03, 2020
Between 2007 and the publication of “Laudato Si’” in 2015, Pope Francis “underwent a journey of conversion, of conversion of the ecological problem. Before that I didn’t understand anything.”
Arts & Culture Film
Jake Kring-SchreifelsSeptember 03, 2020
Known for playing Latin American villains, Jose de Almeida plays a priest in ‘Fatima’ and a cardinal in ‘Warrior Nun.’
Arts & Culture Television
America StaffSeptember 03, 2020
When off-the-clock, chances are we're enjoying a really good show.
Politics & Society News
An archbishop barred from reentering Belarus by authorities is seeking the assistance of the Vatican.
Politics & Society News
The chairman of the U.S. Bishops' Committee on Domestic Justice and Human Development, Archbishop Paul S. Coakley, has said that companies are using the excuse of the pandemic to take advantage of their workers.
Politics & Society News
A class-action lawsuit against the Archdiocese of Vancouver charges that it failed to protect parishioners from clerical sexual abuse.
Politics & Society News
Given the longevity of the pandemic, the church in Europe will have to deal with the urgency of keeping the faithful engaged in their faith, according to the archbishop of Luxembourg.
Faith Explainer
James T. KeaneSeptember 03, 2020
Should Catholic priests or members of religious orders be endorsing political candidates? If it is allowed, is it prudent?
Faith Dispatches
Kevin Christopher RoblesSeptember 03, 2020
Distance learning was deemed impossible due to inconsistent internet connections throughout Micronesia.
Pope Pius XII, who led the Catholic Church from 1939 to 1958, is pictured in this undated photo at the Vatican. (CNS photo/Vatican Media)
Colleen DulleSeptember 02, 2020
Many documents from the Second World War remained sealed until the full archive was finally opened in March.
Faith The Good Word
Terrance KleinSeptember 02, 2020
God shows the way in the incarnation.
A masked Maronite Father Georges Briedi kisses the hand of Pope Francis as the two men hold a Lebanese flag during the pope's weekly general audience at the Vatican Sept. 2, 2020. (CNS photo/Guglielmo Mangiapane, Reuters)
Politics & Society Vatican Dispatch
Gerard O’ConnellSeptember 02, 2020
Pope Francis concluded: “We do not come out from a crisis the same as before. We either come out better or worse. We must choose. Solidarity is the way to come out better.”
Faith Podcasts
Inside the VaticanSeptember 02, 2020
In this special edition of Inside the Vatican, host Colleen Dulle interviews historians Robert Ventresca and Massimo Faggioli about the opening of Pope Pius XII's secret archives.
Politics & Society News
The archbishop of San Juan, Puerto Rico has said that the people of that island are suffering from political corruption as well as the pandemic and the social injustice it engenders is also a "virus."
Politics & Society News
In a new initiative, the Diocese of Joliet, Ill. will partner with the Leadership Roundtable to train Latino leaders in serving the church in the United States.