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Pope Francis hopes for greater reverence at Mass — Greg Erlandson

Fresh from his 10-day stay in the hospital, Pope Francis dropped a Friday bombshell when he released his document, issued "motu proprio," restoring, and...

Changing media landscape offers advice: Don’t believe everything you read —...

The Eighth Commandment is taking a beating on the internet. So is the Fifth. Lying and defaming are no longer sins. They are clickbait. The...

History from a different lens can give us a more complete...

When I have reunions with my brothers and sisters, at some point we start telling stories about growing up. Invariably, we will remember events,...

When considering political debate on communion, belief in sacred nature of...

The famous Catholic writer Flannery O'Connor recounted in a letter the time she got in an argument with another famous writer, Mary McCarthy, over...

With numbers affiliating with religion down and ‘nones’ up, where do...

As if the bishops needed anything more to worry about these days, Gallup released a poll just before Easter documenting a sharp decline in...

What will our level of excitement be? Will we be ready...

What if you were a Catholic who had not seen a priest in 60 years? What if you had not seen a priest in...

Not much time to party as CNS turns 100, but Pope...

It's not often you get the pope to celebrate your birthday, even if it's your 100th. Catholic News Service turned 100 in the midst of...

Too many people across the ideological divide are too financially committed...

Jan. 6, 2021, was an epiphany of sorts for Americans who watched in horror as a mob breached the U.S. Capitol, assaulted police and...

Vatican’s McCarrick report pulls no punches, but still leaves questions about...

Two years ago, Pope Francis called for a full accounting of how Theodore McCarrick was able to rise through church ranks, and he promised...

Bishops want Catholics to knowledgeably assess issues and candidates from the...

There is much to appreciate about working in the Catholic press, but every four years can become an occasion to think about a career...

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