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Venerable Nelson Baker of Buffalo — ‘Padre of the poor’ —...

WASHINGTON -- For the world-renowned emblems of the Catholic faith, such as St. Teresa of Kolkata, elevation to sainthood comes fairly quickly following their...

‘Next Steps: Marching in a Post-Roe America’ is theme for invigorated...

WASHINGTON -- Jeanne Mancini wants it to be clear: The national March for Life in Washington will continue even with the U.S. Supreme Court...

Young Catholics voice concern over climate change issues

WASHINGTON -- Catholic leadership should not neglect climate change in favor of social issues including abortion, a Georgetown University panel concluded April 27 in...

Knights of Columbus councils in Ukraine, Poland short on experience, long...

WASHINGTON -- The Knights of Columbus established a small presence in both Ukraine and Poland a few years ago, but now Knights councils in...

Winter weather doesn’t hinder enthusiasm of tens of thousands at ‘March...

WASHINGTON -- One aspect of the annual March for Life that never changes is the loud cheering when the lead group, carrying the banner,...

Amid COVID-19 surge, March for Life remains set for Jan. 21...

WASHINGTON — The 49th annual national March for Life — with a rally on the National Mall and march to the Supreme Court Jan....

Google decision to pull ads about abortion pill reversal and links...

WASHINGTON -- "Abortion pill reversal facts," said the Google ad from the pro-life group Live Action. "We may be able to help you." The ad,...

Pro-life activists let their message be heard on the steps of...

WASHINGTON -- The pro-life rally on the sidewalk outside the U.S. Supreme Court Dec. 1 found much to cheer about as the nine justices...

March for Life goes on if Supreme Court overturns Roe v....

WASHINGTON -- It's a question Jeanne Mancini has already been asked so many times, she has an answer ready to go. On Dec. 1, the...

Evangelism and unity are on the menu at National Catholic Prayer...

WASHINGTON — Evangelism and Christian unity were the main topics at the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast Sept. 14, an event which often puts more...

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