After 12 years, is there any end in sight?

After 12 years, is there any end in sight? Numbers from recent USCCB audit show improvement, but Church still reeling from reports

Explaining Genesis

Explaining Genesis The ‘woman’ in the third chapter of the first book of the Bible is commonly ...

Ties explored between Shakespeare, Catholicism

Ties explored between Shakespeare, Catholicism Experts say the playwright showed sympathy toward the Church despite the ongoing ...

Father van der Lugt embraced the smell of the sheep

Father van der Lugt embraced the smell of the sheep He will be remembered by all as a beacon of hope

Opening the Word: Our Easter challenge

Opening the Word: Our Easter challenge The story of Jesus’ resurrection is not easy to understand, but if we believe it, our ...

Letters to the Editor for April 20, 2014 Morality, Catholic men's movement, temptation, and free speech

Belgians are waffling

Belgians are waffling A country that was once staunchly Catholic has passed a law letting children ask to be ...

Shrine of Christ’s Passion is monumental

Shrine of Christ’s Passion is monumental Tourists flock to Indiana site that boasts Way of the Cross featuring 40 life-size ...

Editorial: Do our hearts burn? Rather than a one-time incident, conversion is a lifelong process of growing in holiness.

Catholics react to U.N. climate change report

Catholics react to U.N. climate change report Group says global warming is man-made, calls for developed countries to slow use of ...