Eagle Scout Charles Untz’s ambition was to be a saint; the sense of God’s presence in him continues to intercede for others.
“Walking the Good Red Road” is a touching evocation of a Catholic historical figure whose virtues deserve to be better known.
The upcoming canonization of Blessed John Henry Newman begs the question: Do Catholic college students today even know who Cardinal Newman is?
Although 32 annotated volumes of the cardinal’s letters and diaries have been published over the last two decades, newly released material includes letters and correspondence to the future saint.
A few prayers to Blessed John Henry Newman became a “constant dialogue” and then a desperate response to an emergency for Melissa Villalobos of Chicago.
Pope Francis will declare Blessed John Henry Newman, the 19th-century British cardinal, a saint Oct. 13.
Pope Francis signed a decree Feb. 12 recognizing a miracle attributed to the intercession of Blessed Newman, the English cardinal, clearing the way for his canonization.
A theological commission has unanimously recognized his “virtuous and heroic life,” advancing his sainthood cause and moving him one step closer to being declared “venerable” by Pope Francis.