Fr. Roly Candelario Piña Camacho is in serious condition in hospital.
Pope’s Morning Homily: Love Is Concrete & Daily — And Not Optional
He Who Loves God But Doesn’t Love His Other is a Liar
Venezuela’s Bishops Analyze Nation’s Reality
By K.V. Turley | LONDON — Devotees of G.K. Chesterton are up in arms over plans to demolish the acclaimed Catholic writer and philosopher’s former home, Overroads.
Developers want to knock down the…
The change is designed to avoid any moral judgment, Bishop Joseph de Metz-Noblat said
By Joseph Pronechen | WASHINGTON — On Jan. 24, tens of thousands of people will be part of this year’s annual March for Life in Washington. Tens of thousands more — adults, teens, school groups and…
The Church and her Lord cannot be separated. The Church and the Catholic Christian cannot separated. The Lord endured His Passion and Cross. So too must the Church and individual Catholics endure a passions and crosses. The Church is, I think, entering into a particularly savage time of Passion and Cross. So, too, her members, if they are faithful and have not, as Paul warns the Romans, conformed themselves to the world.
A poignant tweet came from Robert Card. Sarah.
Les profanations ne cessent de croître en Europe. Des actes récents, sur des statues de la Vierge Marie dans des églises françaises, montrent combien ces gestes relèvent d’une haine barbare. Ils appellent des réactions. Les catholiques ne peuvent plus rester silencieux. +RS pic.twitter.com/H7ztjUFzio
Changing the world an inch at a time with nothing but a word, a prayer, a hope or an intuition isn’t the sort of thing we very often notice, let alone celebrate.
By giving the Order of Canada to Sr. Sue Mosteller of the Sisters of St. Joseph, the country is in fact elevating both her quiet accomplishments and the ideals that drive her, whether that means a better life for those with intellectual disabilities or a life of meaning for young people.
She is one of 120 Canadians this year either named to the Order of Canada or promoted within its three ranks. In the annual New Year’s list, the 86-year-old was named to the middle rank of Officers of the order, just below Companions and above Members.