As we follow news of the massive flooding in Louisiana, we focus our attention on a small church and its parishioners who have been affected.
Are Catholics to think warmly of Capitalism? Can wages be determined by business owners at will? Pope Leo XII gave the answers 125 years ago:
St. Augustine discusses how the young man's mother was filled with joy at his resurrection - much like Holy Mother Church on our return to grace
One of the few saints who has multiple feasts throughout the year, we discuss the second feast of St. John the Baptist: his beheading.
In the early morning hours of Wed, Aug 24, 2016, a quake struck central Italy. We recount the history of Norcia and its most famous resident:
St. Vincent de Paul is a magnificent church, priory and school in the heart of Kansas City. We share below some history and latest news from KC
The work of the New Seminary in Dillwyn, VA marches on, as finishing, tile, doorways, and last touches on exteriors are underway!
This Sunday, the Fourteenth After Pentecost, we are reminded where our priorities should lie, and how we should look after our temporal affairs
Each year, the United States District coordinates a reassignment of many of its priests. Below is information why, and the assignments themselves:
A review of a troubling trend among some Catholics who have a love for the traditional and timeless teachings of the Church