Browsing News Entries

EPISODE#123OC CATHOLIC RADIO: GUEST IS FR. QUAN TRAN

Host Rick Howick interviews guests on a variety of topics. On this week’s program, Rick welcomes Fr. Quan Tran to...

USING NEW MEDIA, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC TELLS THE STORY OF CHRIST’S TOMB

WASHINGTON (CNS) — In the modern-age, news about Jesus doesn’t just sell newspapers, it racks up page views, too. In...

SAINT PROFILE: NERSES I

Nerses was educated in Cappadocia (Turkey) by St. Basil. He married and had a son (St. Isaac) before his wife...

CHRIST CATHEDRAL CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

Pictured is the construction work underway to build the elevator shaft within Christ Cathedral. The Mitsubishi elevator will carry visitors...

SHOP WITH A DOC

Now through the end of the year, you could find a doctor in your favorite supermarket waiting to help you...

COCO

NEW YORK (CNS) — Will “Coco” (Disney) be your cup of tea? That largely depends on how well equipped you...

UNITED NATIONS DAY AT MISSION BASILICA

Every year in October, Mission Basilica School presents a festival celebrating the unity of nations around the globe. In the...

Administration’s decision to terminate TPS for Haiti is an appalling disregard of the law, facts and morality

Editor’s Note: The following is a statement from the Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC)   SILVER SPRING, Maryland – “It...

TIME TO GIVE BACK TO RETIRED RELIGIOUS FOR SERVICE TO CHURCH, SAY HONOREES

WASHINGTON (CNS) — The nation’s women and men religious demonstrate “what the Catholic Church is all about” in their lives...

LESS IS MORE

  Every so often we hear a phrase we hold on to because it resonates with us. We come across...