Video on the Eucharist and Christ’s sacrifice goes viral

Father Jonathan Meyer and Dominican Father Patrick Hyde have experienced great joy in speaking to people across the country about the Eucharist.

Nearly two years ago, the two priests who serve in the Indianapolis Archdiocese were selected by the U.S. Conference of Catholic

How faith assists us with mental health challenges

In the nation's capital -- where stress, anxiety and mental health challenges sometimes impact the lives and work of those in government service, in legal and other professions, and individuals and families -- St. Joseph Church on Capitol Hill hosted a "Come

Father Michael T. Martin appointed the new bishop of Charlotte

Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Bishop Peter J. Jugis, 67, from the pastoral governance of the Diocese of Charlotte, North Carolina, for health reasons and appointed Conventual Franciscan Father Michael T. Martin, 62, as his successor.

Bishop Jugis, who has headed

Wisconsin bishop accuses Archbishop Viganó of defamation

SUPERIOR, Wis. (OSV News) – Superior Bishop James P. Powers accused Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganó, former apostolic nuncio to the U.S., of defamation, while seeking clarification into an allegedly illicit priest ordination. Wisconsin, released a strongly worded statement April 5, responding to

Outspoken Detroit Auxiliary Bishop Gumbleton dies at 94

Whether it was speaking out against injustice, ministering to those on society's margins or accompanying communities afflicted by geo-political catastrophes, retired Detroit Auxiliary Bishop Thomas J. Gumbleton traveled great lengths to express his solidarity with people on the periphery of society.

An outspoken

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