When the abbess of her order peered into Sister Wilhelmina’s coffin she screamed for joy: “I see a foot!”
A Polish national stripped off his clothes and climbed onto the basilica’s high altar on June 1.
Up to 15,000 pilgrims expected on Sunday alone, county sheriff says.
The local bishop, who has contacted Rome, says a “thorough investigation” is needed to answer “important questions.”
The archdiocese called for “all Catholics and people of goodwill to stand against bigotry and hate in any form.”
“A full apology and explanation was given to us by the Dodgers staff which we accept,” the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence said Monday.
Spurred by last year’s reversal of Roe v. Wade, Catholic colleges are devoting more resources to support young moms, a new survey by EWTN News shows.
An unidentified man is in custody after driving a car at high speed through a gate at the Vatican Thursday, the Holy See press office said.
The Acton Institute said its TikTok account was abruptly taken down on May 2 without explanation.
The pope said abortion is “always a tragic defeat” in an address to Hungarian authorities.
Pope Francis called for “creative efforts for peace” during the first address of his three-day visit to Budapest.
Former members of Frank Pavone’s own organization and other leaders in the wider pro-life community have sought to distance themselves from him.
Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia’s remarks on legalizing assisted suicide contradict the clear teachings of the Catholic Church.
Walter Reed military hospital ended its contract with a community of Franciscan friars just before Holy Week, the Archdiocese of the Military Services said.
The powerful twister on March 24 killed at least 26 people in Mississippi and Alabama.
EWTN CEO Michael P. Warsaw delivered the keynote address at the conclusion of the “Journalism in a Post-Truth World” conference.
Bishop David G. O’Connell, known affectionately as “Bishop Dave,” was shot in the torso on Feb. 18. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Auxiliary Bishop David O'Connell, 69, was a native of Ireland who had worked with the poor in the South Los Angeles area for 45 years.
Two former officials of Priests for Life are calling for laicized priest Frank Pavone to step down as national director.
For the first time, Pope Francis has commented publicly about the scandal surrounding Jesuit artist Father Marko Rupnik.