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Image: Marquette basketball coach Steve Wojciechowski and student manager Cole Bovard pack boxes with gear and shoes Aug. 29 for Harvey victims in Texas.
Robin Busalacchi chronicles moving and spiritual pilgrimage to Fatima.
Powerful photos and eyewitness testimonies tell the story of the “Holocaust by Bullets” on exhibit through May 23.
It all began with an unexpected phone call.
A single, yellow wildflower is a vivid reminder of the tragic toll the six-year war has taken on the people of Syria.
VATICAN CITY — Without commenting on the authenticity of alleged Marian apparitions in Medjugorje, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Pope Francis has appointed a Polish archbishop to study the pastoral needs of the townspeople and the thousands of pilgrims who flock to the town each year. The pope chose Archbishop Henryk Hoser of Warsaw-Praga as his special envoy to […]
VATICAN CITY — The sexual abuse of children by those who have vowed to serve Christ and the church is a horrendous monstrosity that represents “a diabolical sacrifice” of innocent, defenseless lives, Pope Francis said. The church, which must protect the weakest, has a duty “to act with extreme severity with priests who betray their […]
NEW YORK — Five Archdiocese of New York schools will close at the end of the academic year while another will be converted to prekindergarten education. Schools closing include St. Ann, Visitation and St. Mary schools in the Bronx, St. Gregory the Great School in Manhattan and St. Peter’s Regional School in Liberty, about two […]
VATICAN CITY — Mali security forces arrested two suspects who they believe were involved in the kidnapping of a Colombian nun Feb. 7 in southern Mali. Sr. Gloria Cecilia Narvaez Argoti, 56, a member of the Franciscan Sisters of Mary Immaculate, was taken by armed men in Karangasso village near the Burkina Faso border, according […]