May 15, 2020

Vatican Workers Sanitize St. Peters Basilica

Vatican workers sanitize St. Peter's Basilica

In preparation for the May 18 resumption of public liturgies in Italy and a morning Mass with Pope Francis at the tomb of St. John Paul II, Vatican workers cleaned and sanitized the inside of St. Peter's Basilica May 15.
Read More →
Pope Francis, St. John Paul ll, and Pope Benedict all smiling

Pope Benedict: St. John Paul's life marked by mercy, not moral rigidity

The continuity between St. John Paul II and Pope Francis is rooted in the message of God's divine mercy for all men and women, retired Pope Benedict XVI said in a letter commemorating his predecessor's birth.
Read More →

To meet a displaced person is to encounter Christ, pope says

The sad reality of people displaced within the borders of their own country, a crisis that has been ignored for far too long, is an opportunity for Christians to encounter Jesus, Pope Francis said.
Read More →

Salvadorans overcome massacre with faith

They greet each other like family members who haven't seen one another in a while, a big smile when one of them walks into the room. Felipe Tobar talks about his uncle, quiet and tall, a man "who loved to ...
Read More →

Accompanying others extends to immigration, says attorney

Immigration "is not political -- or it should not be political. This has nothing to do with party affiliation," according to a Catholic immigration attorney who works in El Paso, Texas.
Read More →

Virus stopped couple’s dream wedding, but ceremony still ‘special’

When Matthew and Bethany Vogel got engaged in January 2019, they had no way to foresee the virus that would upend events worldwide in spring 2020, including their wedding.
Read More →

Subscribe to Our Blog