Archbishop José H. Gomez and Archbishop William E. Lori issued the following statement.
The ruling on the U.S. Supreme Court case represents an answer to millions of prayers.
The bishops of Florida issued the following statement.
Teens from around Tampa Bay are choosing to spend part of their summer vacation serving others.
Soren and Ever Johnson were reflecting on Pope John Paul II’s call for the laity to play a greater role.
The National Eucharistic Revival was launched on June 19, the feast of Corpus Christi, by the USCCB.
One cannot share the Gospel without living it first, Pope Francis said.
June is known as the month of the Sacred Heart of Jesus most simply because the solemnity of the Sacred Heart is celebrated during it.
It is not uncommon to find parents worrying about a child who has strayed from the Church.
Religious Freedom Week takes place June 22-29.
The ministry is called the Traveling Vocations Crucifix and it promotes family prayer.
This month marks the twentieth anniversary of the passage of the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People.
More than 6,400 people participated in "Journeying Together."
Many had written about the need to name a day solely focused on God’s tremendous gift to us.
CCJS is pleased to announce the appointment of Rabbi David Maayan as the center’s inaugural Maureen and Douglas Cohn Visiting Chair in Jewish Thought.
A feature documentary film about the Eucharist has garnered an encore theatrical presentation.
Catholic Extension hosted a reception to celebrate Bishop Emeritus Robert Lynch.
Bishop Emeritus Robert Lynch blessed and dedicated the new Nativity Outreach Food Bank on June 6, 2022.
"Over time, God kept placing the issue of abortion on my heart"
‘I Felt I Completely Lost My Soul’: Us Veteran and Ex-military Nurse Battling Addiction Finds Solace at Lourdes
Richard Johnson suffered a major knee injury during an operation in Kosovo, which led him into an addiction.
As we leave church, my 18-year-old complains that the homily did not speak to him as a teenager.
Close to 200 people gathered for the Marian Congress at the Cathedral of St. Jude the Apostle.
“If you really know Jesus, it will change your life,” said Sister Briege McKenna, OSC.
Individual practical tips on how to hear the voice of God among all the noise of their daily lives
Several U.S. Catholic bishops expressed sorrow and called out racism and gun violence.