- Sister Mary Gertrude Weldon dies at age 93
- NFP Awareness Week: Why is Natural Family Planning worthwhile?
- CARA head reviews statistics on understanding Catholics today
- Cross-a-Thon walk of faith for religious freedom to be held Aug. 2
- Abuse victims' group holds protest outside diocese pastoral center
- North Carolina lawmakers stand by 'Choose Life' plates
- ‘Now, dear sons, you are to be raised to the order of the priesthood’
W.S. "Bill" Melton Jr.: My summer vacation took me home to the Catholic Church
This time of the year is synonymous with vacations. In this part of the country it usually involves the beach. For folks with money, it can mean some exotic place far off. But no matter where we're going or how long we intend to be gone, vacation...Read More...
Rico De Silva: Growing number of Latino Catholics in the U.S. flying below the Church's radar
During the 2014 Catholic Media Conference hosted by the Catholic News Herald in conjunction with the Catholic Press Association here in Charlotte last month, I had the opportunity to attend an interesting talk by Dr. Hosffman Ospino, an assistant...Read More...
The Poor Clares: Forming beauty: Raising women of God
What do we think of when we hear the word "romantic"? Honeymoons, candlelight dinners for two, perhaps "Romeo and Juliet"? But if we look beyond the bouquets of red roses and boxes of chocolates, we will find that the true definition of the...Read More...
Arts & Entertainment
Lives of the saints model Catholic social teaching in new book
HUNTINGTON, IND. — Dignity of the human person, solidarity and care for creation are just a few topics author Brandon Vogt discusses in his new book, "Saints and Social Justice: A Guide to Changing the World." "I hope that this book is a...Read More...
Muralist says inspiration of Holy Spirit drives her creativity, artwork
SYLVANIA, Ohio — Looking over her latest work, Sister Jane Mary Sorosiak picked up a piece of hardened clay depicting the face of St. Joseph and began touching up pinkish tones of glaze that will transform into a glossy flesh-colored finish...Read More...
New radio program covers life issues, ways to spread culture of life
FORT PIERCE, Fla. — A new radio program launched in the Palm Beach Diocese in June with a focus on shedding light on pro-life issues, and sharing ways to get involved in promoting the culture of life in the not-so-pro-life world. Organizers...Read More...