- Jun 22, 2021
A permanent deacon whose ministry is focused on service to the poor and hurting is an antidote to clericalism within the church because it illustrates that “to love is to serve and to serve is to reign,” Pope Francis said.
Avvenire, the daily newspaper of the Italian bishops’ conference, headlined its coverage June 19: “USA bishops: Yes to a document on the Eucharist. The knot of Biden and abortion.”
Faith-based and other agencies across the country may not be forced by a government agency to violate their deeply held beliefs against placing children in households led by same-sex or cohabitating adults.
Division in the nation and in the church is not about hate or immorality, but about a lack of health and wholeness, said a priest who has ministered among Los Angeles gang members for over 30 years.
When Harold Thomas Jr., principal of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Academy in Washington, walks the halls of his school, he is walking in the footsteps of his father. Literally.
With the expected release this month of the U.S. Department of Defense’s report on unidentified aerial phenomenon, or UAPs, the question of intelligent life beyond Earth’s solar system is back in the limelight.
A Colombian priest who dedicated years of his life to reducing violence at soccer stadiums died in Bogotá
Foster parents for Catholic Social Services of the Philadelphia Archdiocese said the Supreme Court’s 9-0 decision June 17 on faith-based child welfare agencies comes as a relief.