Sam Sawyer, S.J., will take the helm of the 113-year-old magazine following the departure of the current president and editor in chief, Matt Malone, S.J., later this year.
Catholic News Service closure opens the door to partisan and ideological church coverage, Catholic journalists warn
“There’s going to be a big gap in what our parishioners are going to know about what’s going on in the U.S. and throughout North America.”
How can contemporary art help Christians better understand ancient truths? Museums affiliated with three Midwestern Jesuit universities are seeking to provide some answers to that question.
U.S. bishops respond to Supreme Court abortion opinion leak: We ‘stand ready to help all pregnant women’
“We hope and pray for a change in our laws and stand ready to help all pregnant women in need in each of our communities,” Archbishop William Lori said in a statement on Wednesday.
Marjorie Taylor Greene says Catholic Church is ‘controlled by Satan’ in remarks on bishops and the Catholic League
Marjorie Taylor Greene said in a statement that she believes Catholic bishops are “satanic” and accused them of “destroying our nation” through their support of migrants.
As the numbers of priests and consecrated women and men available for ministry continue to dwindle, religious orders are seeking out models that ensure their respective missions and charisms.
Dr. Anthony Fauci shares how his Jesuit education shaped his response to the AIDS crisis—and how others in the church failed to meet the moment.
Bishops have frank conversations with lay theologians about Pope Francis, U.S. Church and Vatican II in semi-off-the-record meeting
Last week in Chicago, bishops from throughout the United States and a few from other parts of the world engaged in dialogue with theologians, scholars and journalists about the state of the church.
The St. Nicholas Cathedral School, located in Chicago’s Ukrainian Village, has welcomed eight students who have left Ukraine since Feb. 24, when Russia invaded Ukraine.