VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Getting to be a ripe old age is a privilege, Pope Francis told older priests.
NEW ORLEANS (CNS) — We all know Rome wasn't built in a day, but LEGO architect Rocco Buttliere had three months, which definitely gave him a running start over Julius Caesar.
God’s call to all Catholics to employ their talents and generosity to the best of their abilities to help those in need is a crucial part of discipleship, of course.
As an ultrasound technician, Angela Ly assumed she would always work in a hospital setting.
The transgender culture has become so mainstream that today you can find multinational corporations using transgender individuals in advertisements for credit cards, beer, and even cough drops.
Bangladesh Archbishop Emeritus of Dhaka Cardinal Patrick D’Rozario, during a Sept. 5 Mass concelebrated with Fort Worth Bishop Michael Olson at St. Andrew Church, spoke of opportunities for small groups to make huge positive differences.
FORT WORTH — It’s a question Jason Whitehead hears often as the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays approach: My kids and grandkids are falling away from the faith. What can I do?
FORT WORTH — Rob Smat can’t remember a time when he wasn’t toting a video camera.
When we meet the protagonist of Dante’s Indiana, he’s literally a wreck.
Once upon a time, you may have prayed for your darling child to become a nun. Odds are you never prayed that she become a none.
VATICAN CITY — Complaining and blaming others is a waste of time; the way to defeat evil is to conquer it first within our own hearts, Pope Francis said earlier this week.
Washington D.C., Sep 1, 2021 – Bishop Robert Barron said on Tuesday that the Harvard University chaplains made a “complete and abject surrender” by electing an atheist as the president of their association.
More students in diocesan Catholic schools will receive the tools they need to succeed, thanks to a $204,000 grant from the Advancement Foundation.
In what has been an unprecedented and challenging time in the past year and a half, Catholic Charities Fort Worth (CCFW) has remained vigilant throughout the Diocese of Fort Worth by continuing to meet its mission to “provide service to those in need.”
As traditional scouting programs face declining membership, more parents are seeking alternative ways to get youth involved in community service or outdoor activities.
As the old saying goes, there are two subjects that one should never bring up in polite conversation: politics and religion. Centuries of experience have repeatedly taught us that humans tend to be incapable of discussing either of these subjects...
ALEDO — A major fundraiser of the Knights of Columbus Council 17196 got off with a bang.
WASHINGTON (CNS) — A Texas bill banning abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy became law Sept. 1 when the U.S. Supreme Court did not act on an emergency request to put the law on hold.
This past June, my family and I embarked on our annual trip to Big Bend National Park, located deep in the trans-Pecos region of Texas.
Pope Pius XII was not silent in front of the Shoah nor inactive. He was, instead, very much committed to saving Jewish families and spoke out constantly against the Nazi Regime.
NEW ORLEANS (CNS) — With most of South Louisiana cut off from electrical power due to the 150-mph winds of Hurricane Ida, the Archdiocese of New Orleans announced Aug. 30 that all schools, along with its main administrative offices, would remain closed until at least Labor Day, Sept. 6.
Grandparents rank among the best gift-givers.