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Peter Jesserer Smith
Parishes coping effectively have cultivated discipleship, transparent and accountable stewardship, and co-responsible governance.
Features
Sophia M. Feingold
America Lost documentary sheds lights on importance of the bonds of faith, family and community amid social distancing.
Commentary
Charlotte Kiesel
COMMENTARY: From the beginning, working there was like going home.
Nation
Jim Graves
What is believed to be the 2,000-year-old burial cloth of Christ continues to intrigue. And a livestream will air on Holy Saturday.
Travel
Jay Copp
The martyr wrote to his wife, Franziska, ‘What is our little suffering compared with what Christ endured?’
Features
Peter Jesserer Smith
How is a true understanding of the sacrament fostered?
Nation
Jim Graves
From religious sisters to seminarians, the People of God are uniting in faith.
Culture of Life
Joseph Pronechen
Sacred music is needed more than ever amid the coronavirus crisis.
World
K.V. Turley
Rededicating England to Our Lady of Walsingham comes amid pandemic.
Nation
Lauretta Brown
It’s a painful dilemma for brides-to-be who have worked for months planning their wedding celebrations, only to learn at the last minute that their plans have been derailed.
Culture of Life
Patti Armstrong
Every Lent, Catholics make their mark in the modern world by impacting restaurants across the country.
Features
Peter Jesserer Smith
Catholics prayed together in the Pre-Reformation English form of the Roman Rite familiar to St. Thomas More and his contemporaries.
Arts & Entertainment
Lauretta Brown
Documentary was funded in part by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Communication Campaign and The Lilly Foundation.
World
Peter Jesserer Smith
While the Catholic Church continues to debate deaconesses, some Orthodox Churches have already embraced them, and still others look on with caution.
World
Peter Jesserer Smith
Byzantine chant takes its place among 42 other traditions and practices recognized by the United Nations as part of the shared intangible patrimony of humanity.
Features
Roxanne King
“Christianity is fundamentally about friendship,” says the former Register editor in chief and longtime aide to Archbishop Charles Chaput, “and helping each other get to heaven.”
Features
Peter Jesserer Smith
DECADE IN REVIEW: Three Catholic new-media users discuss social media and how their own responses to it have changed.
Features
Peter Jesserer Smith
These inspiring people attest to faith in Jesus Christ.
Nation
Jerri Donohue
The mission of one priest highlights the past and popes.
Travel
Patti Armstrong
Impersonators are inspired by saintly legacy at the St. Nicholas Institute.
Features
Peter Jesserer Smith
Friars in the U.S. are using the creativity afforded by the internet to bring an 800-year tradition to people who need to hear the Gospel.
Features
Patti Armstrong
How pastors, staff and volunteers ar St. Matthew’s in Charlotte, North Carolina, and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Houston foster fellowship.
Features
Joseph O’Brien
Tradition, Scripture, saints, Church Fathers, apologists and poets all contribute to the Church’s patrimony.
Nation
Joseph O’Brien
Venerable James Miller, Servant of God Edward Flanagan and Servant of God Julia Greeley served Christ well in their vocations.
Features
Joseph Pronechen
The good archbishop emphasizes what we need to know in light of eternity.
Features
Joseph Pronechen
These sisters bake altar bread — the Communion hosts that will be consecrated at Masses every day.
Features
Joseph Pronechen
Producers of sacramental altar wines are a select group.
Features
K.V. Turley
A timeline of the events that shaped the new saint.
Features
K.V. Turley
Catholic families are relocating to ‘England’s Nazareth.’
Features
Judy Roberts
Program throws a lifeline to the pornography-obsessed.