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Missionaries of Charity nuns test positive, miss out on celebration of...

KOLKATA, India -- Missionaries of Charity nuns canceled the usual birth anniversary celebrations of their founder, St. Teresa, this year after some nuns tested...

Memories of St. John Paul II on his 100th birthday

Do I remember St. John Paul II? Yes, I remember him well. I write of him as the centennial of his birth May 18, 1920,...

Our Lenten Journey, March 5: Mother Teresa

Her official name in the Congregation for Causes of Saints is St. Teresa of Calcutta, but for the generation of Catholics growing up in...

Pope Francis: St. Teresa birthplace in North Macedonia spawned ‘love of...

SKOPJE, North Macedonia -- Pope Francis went to the tiny Balkan nation of North Macedonia to pay tribute to a tiny saint who accomplished...

Senate subcommittee questions Twitter executive on flagging of St. Teresa quote

WASHINGTON -- Before the crowd at an April 10 hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee's Subcommittee on the Constitution, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, displayed...

Two U.S. Catholic sites hold vast collections of relics

The Maria Stein Shrine of the Holy Relics in Ohio is home to more than 1,153 relics, ranging from slivers of Christ's cross and...

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