On the anniversary of little Jacinta Marto's death, it is worth a review of her life, virtue, and constant sacrifice for "poor sinners".
Cardinal Kasper argues that Orthodox Churches represented a more tolerant practice towads divorce in an effort to be more "pastoral".
The first of three articles detailing the Patriarch who led the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church through one of its most turbulent periods.
This Sunday's title refers to the time until Easter - but the liturgy repeats the term in relation to how much we should increase faith.
The Eucharistic Miracle of Santarem provides a foreshadowing of the message of Fatima, even 650 years removed from each other.
In an age where anonymous dissent is celebrated, the Pope is not immune: satirical criticism has swept through Rome in recent weeks.
The Church has always been exceptionally cautious in authenticating miracles, urging prudence in lieu of emotional excitement.
In this second installation of a 6-part series, Fr. Gleize reviews the persistent legend of the heresies of John XXII during the 14th century.
When is company-keeping lawful and prudent? This may seem like a ridiculous question in our current society, but it is still a serious one.
During the past year's political upheaval both in the United States and worldwide, it seems wise to review the Church's teachings in depth.