- Discern religious life with the Poor Clares of Perpetual Adoration
- Catholic Men's Conference coming April 25 to Charlotte
- Mass offered in memory of Archbishop Romero
- N.C. bishops urge support for House bill on abortions
- Sister Jean Linder, who served the Diocese of Charlotte, passes away
- Holy Thursday: ‘teaching moments’ of humility, charity
- VOTE NOW: St. Joan of Arc Church nominated for Catholic Extension grant
Deacon James Toner: What we know that ain't so: In vitro
"What you think is the right road may lead to death" (Prv 14:12) What we think is the right road About one in five couples in the United States experiences infertility. This is often a cause of great suffering among those couples, for many...Read More...
Dr. Kamila Valenta: Middle East policy must include protecting Christians
Over the past several months we have seen reports of the horrific crimes of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria – ISIS (also known as ISIL – the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant). This extremist rebel group that now controls large parts...Read More...
Sister Constance Veit: Whose life is it anyway?
In college I wrote a medical ethics paper on a play entitled "Whose Life Is It Anyway"? That old paper came to mind recently when I learned that the campaign for physician assisted suicide has been gaining momentum. The renewed push to legalize...Read More...
Arts & Entertainment
'Beloved' video series aims to help build stronger marriages, families
SAN FRANCISCO — A new 12-part video series on marriage from Ignatius Press will provide ongoing formation that many couples need "to help us to live the art of marriage well," said a theology professor who is content director of the series. "Everybody...Read More...
Film about redemption shows that God never leaves us, says director
WASHINGTON, D.C. — At 43, Marcelo Torcida had arguably achieved it all. He was a successful business owner, with multiple successful businesses, had a wonderful marriage of more than two decades, children, and yet he felt that he had nothing. During...Read More...
Acts of Apostles tells of people, events in Christianity's early history
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Jews from many nations, speaking a wide array of languages, were staying in Jerusalem at the time after Jesus' death, resurrection and ascension when a powerful wind swept in upon a house where his apostles and some others,...Read More...