A book of theological essays in Italian under the title, “Beginning with the Many: Horizons of Fraternal Thought” launched in March shares the process of theological inquiry and cross-disciplinary discussion on fraternity.
Fraternity as a pro-life issue: Academy publishes theological reflections
New York Eucharistic Congress invites 10,000 pilgrims to encounter Jesus Christ on ‘holy ground’
A 2019 Pew Research Center study showing just three out of 10 Catholics understand and believe in the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist.
Study: American Catholics have favorable views of Jews, despite unfamiliarity with church teaching on Catholic-Jewish relations
A new study shows that American Catholics largely have favorable or at least neutral opinions of Jews, but many Catholics remain unaware of church teachings on Jews and Judaism almost 60 years after the Second Vatican Council explicitly rejected antisemitism, and after extensive post-conciliar teaching has called for a deepening of Catholic-Jewish dialogue.
‘God showed up in a very powerful, powerful way’: Archdiocese of Hartford investigating possible Eucharistic miracle
The Archdiocese of Hartford is investigating a possible Eucharistic miracle at one of its parishes, where Communion hosts seemingly multiplied during a March 5 Sunday Mass.
Salvadorans celebrate St. Oscar Romero’s ‘faith, courage’ at Mass on anniversary of his assassination
Many Massgoers of different ages attended the celebration wearing traditional El Salvadoran attire and carrying images of St. Oscar Romero and lighting candles in memory of the more than 75,000 people who died during the Salvadoran civil war in the 1970s.
Lenten radio campaign invites listeners back to sacrament of reconciliation
Network stations are airing 30-second radio commercials inviting listeners to receive the sacrament of reconciliation at any church in the Archdiocese of Kansas City, Kan.
‘Art of listening’ in synodal church requires ‘formation’ to avoid ‘empty discussions,’ says cardinal
Synodality, “the centerpiece of ” Pope Francis’ service to the Catholic Church,” is “an invitation to discover anew the gift that has been given to us, the Holy Spirit, so that we will know how to walk together,” Cardinal Joseph W. Tobin.
Colombian bishops ask Vatican to consider creation of Amazonian rite
Indigenous communities in Colombia are calling for a new rite in the church that reflects their varied spiritualities and lifestyles.