"Prayers are important, but communities must come together to find positive solutions to this ongoing problem in our country," Knoxville bishop said.
Discussions of teaching in the pandemic dominate National Catholic Education Association conference
With Jesus’ love, sacrifice, and salvation, “no evil, no sin will ever have the final word," said Pope Francis
Contemplating the crucifixion, as depicted in great works of art, draws viewers more fully into Jesus’ suffering
Catholic agencies assist adults, unaccompanied minors who cross the border to seek safety, family reunification in U.S.
Catholic communities offer prayers for mass shooting victims in Colorado and Atlanta
The 101-year-old team chaplain captured the nation’s attention when she accompanied the Ramblers to the Final Four in 2018
The message pointed to innumerable acts of sacrifice and kindness that have helped ameliorate some of the suffering brought on by the pandemic.
Bishops affirm being vaccinated can be an act of charity that serves the common good
Chaplains tirelessly minister to patients and medical staff because ‘in times of trauma and adversity, people are counting on us."