- Jun 23, 2021
Archbishop Joseph Naumann lamented America’s “crisis of faith” at the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast on Thursday.
Sixty years after his election to the papacy, St. Pope John XXIII’s remains are making their way to his hometown.
On the 200th anniversary of the birth of Karl Marx, Pope Francis and one of his closest allies, Cardinal Reinhard Marx of Munich, have offered somewhat differing takes.
The upcoming “Heavenly Bodies” exhibit at the Met, featuring vestments and artwork on loan from the Sistine Chapel, is not the first time Vatican art has served as an ambassador to the United States.
Catholic Voices is doing amazing work in projecting a credible and attractive voice for the Church in the public square, and that’s no easy feat.
In the past, an apology from a pope was considered unseemly and unregal. During the last three papacies, it’s become routine.
In George Weigel’s latest book, he’s not reflecting on the Pope Francis era, but the entire global situation over the last quarter-century.
“Happy Easter and give a big applause” for Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI, Pope Francis said at the audience before calling faithful to allow the fruits drawn from Mass to blossom in their everyday lives.