- Diocese updates 'Protecting God's Children'
- Mural in St. Matthew Church nursery a gift of love
- Youth Pilgrimage coming up at Belmont Abbey College
- Bishop Jugis lauds the exemplary priesthood of Monsignor Kovacic at funeral Mass
- Mercy Sisters exhibit showcases their role in the Civil War
- St. Mark Parish hosts talk on marriage
- Scouts visit CNH office
Deacon James Toner: What we know that ain't so: Holy war
What we think is the right road
If ever there were an oxymoron – a contradiction in terms – it surely is "holy war." War is always horrible, always a great evil, always morally unjustifiable. The Catechism of the Catholic Church makes...
Batrice Adcock: Marriage should be free, total, faithful and fruitful
In a sacramental marriage, spouses are called to model their lives and their union not only on the original experience of Adam and Eve before the fall, but more so on the union of Christ and the Church. At a wedding, when a father presents...Read More...
The Poor Clares: Reflections on the Year for Consecrated Life: Self-giving love: The gift of chastity
Religious men and women, in their radical following of Christ, embrace the three evangelical counsels of poverty, chastity and obedience. All the faithful are called to imitate the Lord Jesus by living out these virtues in their daily lives,...Read More...
Arts & Entertainment
'Bella' star hopes new film will 'inspire, heal' a 'world in darkness'
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The creators of the 2006 movie "Bella" have teamed up again to produce what actor Eduardo Verastegui calls "a mainstream, family-friendly, faith-based film that welcomes everyone." "Little Boy" is a film set in World War...Read More...
St. Matthew Church launches 'MATTtv' video series
CHARLOTTE —With more than 9,500 families participating in a hundred-plus ministries at St. Matthew Church, it's challenging for parishioners to keep up with everything happening at one of the nation's largest Catholic churches. Jim Alvarez,...Read More...
Father Morris leaves helm of Sirius XM's Catholic Channel
NEW YORK — Father Jonathan Morris, program director and talk-show host for the Catholic Channel on the Sirius XM satellite radio platform, has left the station. In a Jan. 8 tweet, Father Morris told his followers, "Today I hand off direction...Read More...