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Rev. King relied on faith, prayer to fight racism, Virginia bishop says

ARLINGTON, Va. (CNS) — The Rev. Martin Luther King, the slain civil rights leader who...

Heavy security in D.C., ongoing pandemic mean March for Life will be virtual

WASHINGTON (CNS) — For the first time since 1974, when it first began, the message...

COVID-19 and ecumenism: Pandemic prompts prayer, action

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — The pandemic lockdowns and travel restrictions have had an impact on...

The Marksman

NEW YORK (CNS) — Sound basic values and obvious good intentions underlie “The Marksman” (Open...

‘Words can be kisses,’ but also ‘swords,’ pope writes in new book

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Silence, like words, can be a love language, Pope Francis wrote...

Bedside care: Rome priest chronicles ministering while sick with COVID-19

ROME (CNS) — Before Nov. 19, Father Valerio Bortolotti’s Facebook posts had been the usual...

Children’s book chronicling saints’ lives shows they were ‘relentlessly human’

BALTIMORE (CNS) — Serenely peering out from stained-glass or standing atop pedestals while piously presenting...

‘We need the Lord to cast out demon of division in our nation,’ cardinal says

WASHINGTON (CNS) — Celebrating a livestreamed Mass for the community of Archbishop Carroll High School...

Catholic advocates welcome treaty banning nuclear weapons coming into force

CLEVELAND (CNS) — A Holy See-supported treaty banning the possession of nuclear weapons that is...

Papal trip to Argentina, Uruguay still on the table, pope tells ambassador

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Pope Francis told Uruguay’s new ambassador to the Holy See that...