A pandemic-era program that provided extra payments to Americans who qualify for food stamps ended March 1, causing concern for some Catholic advocates about how low-income individuals and families will put food on the table.
COVID-era SNAP payments end as inflation soars, drawing Catholic concern over US food insecurity
Historic Catholic school enrollment rise holds steady as U.S. enters fourth year with COVID-19
Enrollment numbers at Catholic schools across the U.S. continue to hold steady following a bump at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Where in the world is Catholic Mass attendance highest?
The nation with the best Catholic Mass attendance in the world could be Nigeria according to a new study published by the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate (CARA).
Papal message for World Peace Day: War, hunger, turmoil are connected
The Catholic Church celebrates World Peace Day Jan. 1 and distributes the pope’s message to heads of state and government around the world.
Violence worries church leaders, but tourists buoy Bethlehem residents
The return of visitors to the city is like a breath of air for local Christians.
Vatican announces Pope Francis’ end-of-year liturgy schedule
With most of the restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic removed, Pope Francis is scheduled to return to a full slate of public liturgies in December and January.
‘Fraternal dialogue,’ more prayer have place on bishops’ assembly agenda
During their public sessions Nov. 15 and 16, the bishops heard several reports.
NCEA reports quicker academic recovery from pandemic for Catholic schools
Catholic schools’ scores have pretty much bounced back to the levels they had achieved prior to the coronavirus pandemic’s onset in March 2020.