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Villanova basketball team’s strength is its humility, chaplain says

Catholic News Service More than 70,000 people attended the NCAA men's basketball championship game at Houston’s NRG Stadium April 4, but no one had a...

Villanova player’s winning basket doesn’t surprise his Catholic high’s coach

Catholic News Service WASHINGTON —When Kris Jenkins got the ball with the score tied in the final seconds of the NCAA men’s basketball championship game...

Supreme Court hears arguments in HHS contraceptive mandate case

Catholic News Service WASHINGTON — During oral arguments March 23 at the Supreme Court, attorneys on both sides of the Affordable Care Act’s contraceptive requirement...

State of Union address briefly highlights key Catholic issues

Catholic News Service WASHINGTON — Although President Barack Obama’s final State of the Union address Jan. 12 hit a fair amount of key Catholic issues,...

U.S. bishops developing pastoral plan for family life, marriage

Catholic News Service BALTIMORE — As a way to move forward in response to the Supreme Court's ruling on same-sex marriage this year, U.S. bishops...

In New York vespers service, Francis encourages religious sisters, brothers and...

  Catholic News Service NEW YORK — During an evening prayer service at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York, Pope Francis thanked the nation’s priests, brothers...

Catholic media urged to reveal Pope Francis’ revolution of tenderness, mercy...

Catholic News Service BUFFALO, N.Y. — Catholic journalists could easily “remain on the surface” when reporting on Pope Francis with his great photo opportunities and...

U.S. bishops discuss upcoming papal letter on ecology, the pope’s visit...

Catholic News Service ST. LOUIS — The U.S. bishops gathered in St. Louis for their spring general assembly heard presentations on the pope’s upcoming encyclical...

Washington Letter: Kids could go hungry during summer if agencies don’t...

Catholic News Service WASHINGTON — A new report that more low-income children ate free breakfasts and lunches last summer than the previous summer is both...

Catholic U. programs complement art exhibit on Mary in Washington

Catholic News Service A current exhibition depicting images of Mary by Renaissance and Baroque artists does not stop at the walls of the Washington's National...

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