Mother Teresa's postulator shares insight on her 'dark night of the soul'

VATICAN CITY (CNA/EWTN News) — There are many things about Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta that could be called heroic — her tireless service to the world's marginalized and her courageous witness to millions of what it is to live the Gospel, just to name a couple.

Samaritans at south Texas parish bring joy, comfort to sick, elderly

LAREDO, Texas (CNS) -- Delfina Flores loves Tuesdays. On that day, she puts on a bright pink shirt and heads to her church, San Francisco Javier Mission in Laredo, and meets a group of 10 women in pink shirts.

Amid prayer and fear, Muslim refugee family thanks pope for help

ROME (CNS) — Walking in a crowded Rome neighborhood with his prayer beads wrapped around one hand, Hassan said, "You must write: Big thanks to the pope because he helps my kids — really."

Fort Worth seminarian to chant Easter Sunday Gospel during papal Mass in St. Peter's Square

When the Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN) broadcasts the Papal Mass from St. Peter's Square on Easter Sunday morning, North Texas Catholics will have the opportunity to see one of their own seminarians on the altar.

Patrick: the saint who knew what it was like to be a slave

WASHINGTON (CNA/EWTN News) — Many know that Saint Patrick, bishop and missionary to Ireland, was once a slave — but few know of his heartfelt plea on behalf of girls and boys abducted into slavery.