Rest in peace, Sarah Harkins, an intentional disciple

Sarah’s early death is terribly sad, but she left behind an incredible legacy

Report details global crisis of persecution

Approximately 75 percent of people worldwide live in environment where freedoms are ...

Women bishops are ‘further obstacle’ to unity

But despite the recent decision, ‘practical cooperation’ remains goal of ...

Catholic schools key to inner cities

New book by Notre Dame professors shows how important parish schools are to their ...

5 steps to becoming an intentional disciple

Continuing conversion is necessary for all as we walk the road to Christ

Consecration to Mary brings Catholic diocese closer to Christ

Many are discovering the joy found in giving their lives to Jesus through Mary

Opening the Word: God always hears us

The Canaanite woman’s cry, ‘Lord, help me,’ gives insight into the need for faith and ...

U.S. nun’s cause for sainthood opened

Italian-born Sister of Charity lived out her plan to ‘do whatever presents itself’ ...

Authenticity of relics

The Church guards against fraudulent claims of saints’ relics through a process of ...

Electronic companions

A new study on television use shows how watching TV is replacing time spent with ...

Daughters and sons

Fathers need to protect their children — teaching them safety, responsibility and ...

Letters to the Editor for August 17, 2014

Labor unions, parish life, and evangelization

Editorial: Ceasing fire

‘Peacemaking calls for courage, much more so than warfare,’ Pope Francis said
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