- Survivors of clergy child sex abuse tell U.S. bishops of rejection, pain
- Protesters gather outside bishops’ meeting in Baltimore, call for change
- Cardinal: Delay in vote on abuse response proposals a ‘bump in the road’
- Vatican asks USCCB to delay vote on sex abuse response proposals
- Bishops must be blameless servants, not princes, pope says
- ‘Ugly cancer of racism’ infects U.S., bishops say in proposed pastoral
- Bishops to consider endorsing sainthood cause of Sister Thea Bowman
- Religious groups made effort to drive their flocks to midterm voting
- Is China’s targeting of Catholics pushback from low-level party officials?
- Sunday Scripture readings, Nov. 11, 2018: Dangerous behavior
- Archival find at Catholic U. leads to Kristallnacht remembrance
- Priest uses his mother’s sauce to help the needy, evangelize
- Archbishop Gomez: ‘Pray hard’ for all affected by California shooting
- People unwilling to be challenged by God’s mercy will grumble, pope says
- Pope recognizes martyrdom of U.S. Christian Brother
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Longboarding. Slacklining. Free climbing. Kiteboarding. BASE jumping. Extreme sports are dangerous. That’s why they’re such a kick. Fear pumps adrenaline.
There’s a high that comes from riding the fear and breaking through ordinary limits. The observer senses the fear and admires the movement. The exhilaration, though, belongs to the athlete alone. Continue reading
By Katie Rutter Catholic News Service LEXINGTON, Ky. (CNS) — When Father Jim Sichko recalls Tuesdays during his childhood in Orange, Texas, he can almost smell the aroma of his mother’s homemade tomato sauce wafting through their home. Marie Ceraso … Continue reading
The award-winning movie “The Mission” tells the story of Jesuit missionaries who attempt to bring the good news of the Gospel to remote regions of northeastern Argentina and Paraguay as they evangelize the native Guarani people who inhabited that beautiful, rugged land. The story unfolds against the backdrop of 18th-century rivalries between the political powers of Spain and Portugal who seek to expand the wealth and power of their global empires. Continue reading
By Cindy Wooden Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) — The Catholic Church and all its members must get better at listening to young people, taking their questions seriously, recognizing them as full members of the church, patiently walking with … Continue reading
What does it mean to have faith in Jesus? What is this having faith in him?
It’s possible to answer these questions in an abstract way, with carefully defined terms in a theological discussion — possible, and useful. But we also need something more vital: a living demonstration. Continue reading
While we expose the shameful, sinful and criminal, might we also acknowledge those who have been faithful?
Our meeting down the hall has ended. A separate group of priests who are on retreat here in Indianapolis have invited us to join them at their closing Mass. Continue reading
Updated By Cindy Wooden Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) — No one is excluded from the love of God or from being welcomed into the Catholic Church, but God’s love and the church’s welcome also come with a call … Continue reading