Faith News
Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service July 24, 2017
Like the religious authorities of the Sanhedrin criticized by Jesus, some clergy are faithful only to themselves, "rich in devout reverence to the past," wrote Italian biblicist Father Giulio Cirignano.
Faith Vatican Dispatch
Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service July 13, 2017
The article looks at the growing similarities in the rhetoric and world views adopted by evangelical fundamentalists and some "militant" Catholic hardliners.
Faith News
Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service July 05, 2017
The 83-year-old cardinal died unexpectedly in his sleep July 5 while on vacation in southern Germany.
Faith News
Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service July 03, 2017

Pope Francis called for respecting the wishes of a terminally ill child's parents to accompany and care for their child "until the end."

Politics & Society News
Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service June 29, 2017
Ten-month-old Charlie Gard was born in England with mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome, which causes progressive muscle weakness, brain damage and respiratory or liver failure; it is typically fatal.
Faith News
Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service June 29, 2017
People must ask themselves whether they are "'armchair Catholics,' who love to chat about how things are going in the church and the world," Pope Francis said, or if they are "apostles on the go," who are on fire with love for God and ready to offer their lives for him.
Faith News
Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service June 14, 2017
The Vatican has released an online questionnaire to better understand the lives, attitudes and concerns of 16-to 29-year-olds around the world.
Politics & Society News
Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service June 13, 2017
People cannot sit back and be indifferent or unresponsive to growing poverty in the world as a privileged minority accumulates "ostentatious wealth," Pope Francis said.
Faith News
Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service June 09, 2017
"Women are fully entitled to actively take part in all settings, and their rights must be affirmed and protected," the pope said.
Faith News
Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service May 31, 2017
The Catacombs of St. Domitilla are believed to be the world's oldest existing Christian cemetery and are among the largest in Italy with a total of some 150,000 burial spots.