How Catholic schools are weathering the storm

As businesses, schools and other institutions across the United States were shuttered to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus in mid-March, Catholic schools took on an extra challenge: finding ways to keep their students and staff not just learning, but connected

World War II chaplain remembered for one day of bravery

In the predawn hours of June 6, 1944, Conventual Franciscan Father Ignatius Maternowski parachuted behind German lines near Guetteville, France, a small village in Normandy, with the men of the U.S. Army’s eighty-second Airborne Division. By nightfall, Father Maternowski was dead, believed