Home Authors Posts by Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service

Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service

681 POSTS 0 COMMENTS

Pope Francis in the new year sees a time to remember...

VATICAN CITY -- A new year is a chance for a new start, a time to remember that all people are brothers and sisters...

Pope Francis ends new year with message of love, which gives...

VATICAN CITY -- The end of one year and beginning of next naturally leads people to think about the passing of time and about...

Vatican press office leaders resign, citing complete renewal with revamped communications...

VATICAN CITY -- Saying they thought Pope Francis should be "completely free to assemble a new team" for Vatican communications "at this time of...

Pope Francis: ‘Everything changes’ with Christ’s birth

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — The Annunciation -- the Angel Gabriel announcing to Mary that she will bear God's son — was such a tremendous,...

Pope Francis at meeting with Curia: Church will spare no effort...

VATICAN CITY  — Acknowledging the gravity of the clerical sexual abuse crisis, Pope Francis told members of the Roman Curia that the church's strength...

Bishops asked to meet abuse survivors before February meeting

VATICAN CITY — Before traveling to Rome for a major Vatican summit on the clerical sex abuse crisis and child protection, each participating bishop...

Pope Francis recognizes martyrdom of U.S. Christian Brother

VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope Francis has recognized the martyrdom of De La Salle Christian Brother James Miller, who was born in Wisconsin and...

The church online: Synod calls for virtuous digital outreach

VATICAN CITY — “Log on, but bring your brain, your Bible and your Christian values with you” could summarize one of the Synod of...

Human bones found at Vatican revive case of missing 15-year-old girl

VATICAN CITY -- The Vatican press office confirmed news reports that human bones had been found during reconstruction work in a building connected to...

Honesty, gratitude to God are basis of credibility, cardinal tells synod

VATICAN CITY — Unless they recognize themselves as sinners rescued by Jesus, adults cannot be effective in helping young people find the path to...

Diocese