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SAINT PROFILE: PETER CHRYSOLOGUS

Born in northeastern Italy, Peter was a deacon before Emperor Valentinian III named him archbishop of Ravenna, capital of the...

CALLED UP

Playing the longshot role seems to come natural for Chris Pontius.  The Servite graduate followed that script again this summer...

JOYFUL WITNESSES

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) held an “unprecedented gathering” of more than 3,100 key leaders, both lay...

CHARLIE GARD WAS BAPTIZED, HELD ST. JUDE MEDAL BEFORE DEATH 

London, England, Jul 31, 2017 / 10:31 am (CNA) – Charlie Gard, an 11 month-old British infant who made headlines...

AUZA: RELIGION’S ROLE IN DEVELOPMENT IS TO KEEP HUMAN DIGNITY AT CENTER

UNITED NATIONS (CNS) — The U.N. Sustainable Development Goals agreed upon in 2015 are “not ends in themselves,” but a...

CLASS PROJECT RAISES OVER $5,000 FOR WHEELCHAIRS

  Entrepreneurial third-graders from Saint Joachim Catholic School in Costa Mesa raised $5,042 to fund the purchase of wheelchairs for...

NEW CHAPTER IN A LONG-STANDING LOVE STORY

Ask any religious about how they came to their vocation and you will hear a love story. Like any love...

CATHOLIC GROUP ASKS U.S. GOVERNMENT TO DROP APPEAL IN HHS MANDATE CASE

WASHINGTON (CNS) — The Catholic Benefits Association has filed a motion with the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in...

CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE MOVIE REVIEW: ‘DUNKIRK’

NEW YORK (CNS) — “Wars are not won by evacuations,” British Prime Minister Winston Churchill famously observed. As writer-director Christopher...

BRITISH BABY CHARLIE GARD DIES IN HOSPICE CARE

MANCHESTER, England (CNS) — Charlie Gard, the British baby whose legal battle caught the attention of the world, died July...