- Seminarian summer assignments announced
- Priest appointed to serve at St. Patrick Cathedral
- Boy Scouts take a hike through history
- Diocese hosts 15th annual Regional Stewardship Conference
- Celebrating a 'divine adventure'
- Honoring Mary, our Mother
- 'Prayer and the Our Father' focus of upcoming Totus Tuus summer camps
- Knights fund ultrasound unit at Greensboro pregnancy center
- Youth dive into 'Ocean of Mercy' at annual conference
- Retreat on mercy at St. John the Baptist Church
Deacon James H. Toner : What we know that ain't so: Governor, guardian, guide
What we think is the right road How shall I live? Whose advice shall I heed? Who are my heroes? There are many competing voices out there, and they all want me (or my time and money). But the coolest guides are the most publicized ones, for...Read More...
April Parker: Surrender
Surrender. The word seems to be a common theme during the Easter season. To the strong, this word may evoke thoughts of weakness. To the weak, it may be the dread of further humiliation. But to Christians, surrender is grace. The Old and New...Read More...
Fred Berretta: Rely upon Mary, the mother of God, in striving for the Christian life
May is especially reserved for devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary, and honoring her is not just a tradition befitting more pious ages. It is something God intended for us from the beginning. Her role is prefigured in Genesis 3:15, hidden in...Read More...
Arts & Entertainment
'Living Every Day with Passion & Purpose'
Matthew Kelly coming to St. Matthew May 20 CHARLOTTE — Internationally renowned Catholic speaker, author and consultant Matthew Kelly is coming to St. Matthew Church in south Charlotte May 20. The event, entitled "Living Every Day with Passion...Read More...
'Real O'Neals' not the real deal
NEW YORK — Did you know that the Catholic Church has an evil twin? To find this doppelganger, viewers need look no further than the ABC sitcom "The Real O'Neals," which premiered March 2 and airs Tuesdays, 8:30-9 p.m. EDT. Of course, this...Read More...
'Spotlight' is not anti-Catholic, Vatican newspaper says
VATICAN CITY — The Vatican newspaper said the Oscar-winning film, "Spotlight," is not anti-Catholic. "It is not an anti-Catholic movie, as has been written, because the film succeeds in giving voice to the alarm and deep pain" experienced...Read More...