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At webinar on 2020 election, Cardinal Joseph Tobin says no political...

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Whether Catholic voters favor a candidate most in line with their own basket of priority issues or whether they...

Vandalism of St. Patrick Cathedral in El Paso destroys nearly 90-year-old...

WASHINGTON -- Authorities in El Paso, Texas, have apprehended a suspect who is said to have entered the border city's St. Patrick Cathedral Sept. 15...

The common good must motivate search for coronavirus vaccine, Pope Francis...

VATICAN CITY -- The common good -- and not political or economic gain -- should be at the heart of the race to find...

Legendary Georgetown University basketball coach, Hall of Famer John Thompson, dies...

WASHINGTON -- John Thompson, the Hall of Fame college basketball coach who guided Georgetown University in Washington to a national championship in 1984, died...

Public audience invited to attend Pope Francis’ weekly meeting starting Sept....

VATICAN CITY  -- Twenty-six weeks after his last weekly general audience in St. Peter's Square, Pope Francis will resume his audiences with the public...

Charity is path to perfection when done for Jesus, Pope Francis...

VATICAN CITY -- The central focus of a Christian's life and all he or she does to help others must be Jesus Christ, Pope...

Italian government eases some restrictions on Catholic Masses during coronavirus lockdown

ROME -- Although the number of new COVID-19 infections in Italy was creeping up in late July and early August, the country's internal affairs...

Pope Francis asks prayers for the unemployed, dialogue and peace during...

VATICAN CITY -- Even while enjoying a summer break, people should not forget those who are suffering because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Pope Francis...

St. Augustine High School of New Orleans gets financial boost from...

NEW ORLEANS -- Kenneth St. Charles, president of St. Augustine High School in New Orleans, has toiled in fundraising and development for nearly a...

Is seeing believing? How the Catholic church faces claims of Marian...

VATICAN CITY -- The Catholic Church has always been very cautious when it comes to judging reported Marian apparitions. More than 1,500 visions of Mary...

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