The Catholic Church gained two new saints on Sunday.
An English cardinal took part in the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II in an indication of ecumenical dialogue.
The Vatican is looking for an original musical score for the official hymn for the Holy Year 2025.
Pope Francis has addressed the death penalty and called for its abolition worldwide.
Pope Francis urged Catholics to imitate the Lord’s dedicated search “for the lost sheep."
Pope Francis praised the late pope for showing the world God's goodness and for living the Gospel.
When Mother Teresa passed away 25 years ago, she left behind guidance on how to live a life worth living.
Organizers are seeing a church that is alive, in need of authenticity, healing.
August 27, 2022 (CNS) -- In a ceremony to create 20 new cardinals, P...
Following Christ's example of love and service to those in need is not a task reserved to a select few.
On August 15, 1483, Pope Sixtus IV consecrated the Sistine Chapel to Our Lady of the Assumption.
"Hold fast to trust in God and stay alert to his presence in your life," Pope Francis said.
Christians must never give in to fear when evangelizing, especially when reaching out to those in need.
The words "I am sorry" are powerful.
The first images from the James Webb space telescope reveal God’s creation and feed our souls.
One cannot share the Gospel without living it first, Pope Francis said.
Soren and Ever Johnson were reflecting on Pope John Paul II’s call for the laity to play a greater role.
Pope Francis thanked those who are dedicated to promoting life and defending conscientious objection.
Pope Francis on Sunday recognized 10 new saints of the Catholic Church during a canonization Mass.
Pope Francis has again lamented the suffering caused by the invasion of Ukraine.
Catholic education and formation are more important than ever in “an age awash in information.
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.
Pope Francis has approved the canonization of an immigrant nurse who died from liver cancer in 1951.
Ukrainian and Russian families will carry the cross together during the Stations of the Cross.