- May 10, 2021
Pope Francis has a full schedule of Christmastime liturgies planned for December and January, including the customary baptism of newborn babies Jan. 13, the feast of the Baptism of the Lord.
Miguel Servellon, who is Salvadoran and a lawyer by profession, captured some of the spiritual life of the country’s indigenous people, which in large part includes Catholicism.
Nearly two dozen Catholic entities have joined other investors in urging major oil and natural gas producing companies to oppose the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed rollback of standards governing greenhouse gas emissions.
Pope Francis celebrated the feast of the Immaculate Conception in the traditional Roman way.
The leadership of the Canadian conference was in Rome for meetings with Pope Francis and Vatican officials.
A 24-year-old woman dumped sulfuric acid on a priest while he was hearing confessions in the cathedral Dec. 5.
After spending one night in the hospital following a heart catheterization procedure, Bishop Richard F. Stika of Knoxville was released from Parkwest Medical Center early Dec. 6 and returned to the chancery for a brief visit.
The vigil Mass on Saturday evening is not a “two-for-one” Mass for both days.