Travel

If all the church’s worship should be thought of as a journey, Lent involves achieving platinum frequent flyer status.
G. C. Heseltine January 11, 2019

Who doesn’t love to get away? G. C. Heseltine, for one.

The Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe (1976 building at left and 1709 building in center), Mexico City (iStock/Byelikova_Oksana)
Robert David Sullivan January 11, 2019
Americans are journeying abroad in record numbers. Here are some of the sites across the world of particular interest to Catholic travelers.
Gina Franco, Christopher Poore September 21, 2018
The mission’s founder, an energetic Italian Jesuit named Eusebio Francisco Kino, established several missionary locations in what is now Sonora, Mexico, and southern Arizona, including San Xavier del Bac in 1692, near the village of Wa:k.
Buffalo Bayou floods past its banks near downtown Houston on Aug. 31, 2017, after Hurricane Harvey hit Texas with 4.5 feet of rain. (CNS photo/James Ramos, Texas Catholic Herald)
J.D. Long-García August 21, 2018
Hurricane Harvey took a toll on all Houstonians—rich and poor, white and brown, city and suburb—but this boomtown proud of its diversity is getting back on track.
Raymond A. Schroth, S.J. February 09, 2018
A pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago has historically been many things, including, in the Middle Ages, a penance for one’s sins. Last year, 277,915 athletes, bikers, families and friends made the Way of St. James a challenge, vacation or spiritual experience.