Pope Francis on Sunday recognized 10 new saints of the Catholic Church during a canonization Mass in St. Peter’s Square.
Pope Francis has again lamented the suffering caused by the invasion of Ukraine.
The joy of Jesus' resurrection from the dead gives joy and strength to those who are called to bring peace.
Before washing the feet of 12 inmates, Pope Francis told them and other prisoners that God never tires of forgiving anyone who asks.
Ukrainian and Russian families will carry the cross together during the Stations of the Cross.
Pope Francis has approved the canonization of an immigrant nurse who died from liver cancer in 1951.
Pope Francis called for a “culture of inclusion,” which breaks down barriers.
When you give material help to someone in need, do not be afraid to get close.
Pope Francis will consecrate Russia and Ukraine to the Immaculate Heart of Mary later this month, the Vatican announced on Tuesday.
Pope Francis promulgated his constitution reforming the Roman Curia.
The call to prayer is an "active mission," one that does not take a believer from the world.
Pope Francis will consecrate Russia and Ukraine to the Immaculate Heart of Mary March 25.
The Vatican secretary of state "conveyed Pope Francis' deep concern about the ongoing war in Ukraine," the Vatican said.
Knights of Columbus have launched a humanitarian effort to help the growing number of refugees.
Priests “will descend to the bomb shelters” of Kyiv on Sunday to celebrate the Divine Liturgy.
For Sister Franciszka Tumanevych, the first day of the full-scale Russian invasion was the most difficult.
Positive change must begin with oneself and with acknowledging one's own mistakes.
Various Catholic agencies are collecting donations to aid with the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, as people flee to escape Russian bombing and shelling.
It can be a simple human interaction or conversation among family, coworkers, or social media followers.
Jesus' call for Christians to respond to hostility with love requires a strength that comes from above.
Sister Andre Randon, a French nun, celebrated her 118th birthday on Feb. 11.
Pope Francis called on Friday for a “great symphony of prayer” ahead of the Jubilee Year in 2025.
The Church is offering hope to the country’s beleaguered population amid a “very dangerous escalation".
Pope Francis on Sunday called for January 26 to be a day of prayer for peace in Ukraine.
It takes saints to reform the Church, and for this each Catholic is called to a deeper “second conversion.”