Between 6,000 and 7,000 poor people attended the Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica as special guests, the Vatican said.
A congregation of 66,000 people filled Ford Field, home of the NFL’s Detroit Lions, which was transformed for the Mass where a large painting of Blessed Solanus was unveiled after the beatification rite at the beginning of Mass Nov. 18.
333 – 373 FEAST November 19 Nerses was educated in Cappadocia (Turkey) by St. Basil. He married and had a son (St. Isaac) before his wife died. After becoming an official at the Armenian court, he was ordained a priest. King Arshak chose him as patriarch of the Armenian Church. A reformer, he founded monasteries […]
The Catholic Legal Immigration Network, CLINIC, never really had a shortage of opportunities to train lawyers and citizens to represent and advocate for immigrants and refugees.
People who are dying must be accompanied with the love of family members and the care of medical professionals, but there is no requirement that every means available must be used to prolong their lives, Pope Francis said.
Author Brian Doyle talks about one daily reality — perhaps involving his children, whom he dearly loved and loved to write about — and then, before you know it, you’re in a place so deep that it nearly takes your breath away.
As traditions vary from house to house, perhaps the exception of Christmas, it seems no holiday has as much tradition as Thanksgiving.
The Museum of the Bible, just a few blocks from the National Mall in Washington and opening to the public Nov. 18, it will tell visitors how the Bible — both Old Testament and New Testament — has intersected society and at times even transformed it.
The Supreme Court has decided to hear a case examining freedom of speech at crisis pregnancy centers.
The play “Tolton: From Slave to Priest” depicts Father Tolton’s message of love and unity needs to be heard as one of the most important voices in the United States.