Society's chef stays cool as cucumber turning out 4,500 meals daily

PHOENIX (CNS) – Chris Hoffman is cooking for 4,500 guests this holiday season, yet he's cool as a cucumber. "It should go well," he said. "We did it last year and it went very smoothly."


We've all got it wrong about women in the Catholic Church

ROME, ITALY (CNA) -- When it comes to talking about women and their role in the Church, discussion tends to focus almost exclusively on getting ordained or being placed in high ranking, decision making positions.


Spreading the Gospel of Life — one prayer at a time

FORT WORTH — When Bobby Warren and his wife, Maria, moved to Fort Worth from Southern California, one of the first things they did was find other couples as passionate about protecting the unborn as they were.


Service dogs help some veterans cope with life after war

CABOT, Ark. (CNS) — U.S. Navy veteran Dave King's whole world changed when Zack came into his life. The young Catahoula mix plucked from a shelter already has all the love in the world for his new companion.


Mother Teresa: A saint who inspired the people of the Diocese of Fort Worth

FORT WORTH — St. Teresa of Kolkata was canonized September 4, 2016 by Pope Francis during a Mass in St. Peter’s Square. The Albanian-born founder of the Missionaries of Charity influenced the lives of countless people across the world. Here are a few local stories.