Priest who worked on first editions of St. Faustina's diary shares insight on love and mercy

FORT WORTH — Since 1941, just three years after the death of St. Faustina, the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception (MIC) have actively promoted the Divine Mercy message and devotion.


Gifts from the Spirit: How Confirmation builds up the local Church

Laura Landry

The last thing Laura Yokell Landry wanted to do after earning a diploma from the University of Dallas in 2014 was fly to Alaska as a missionary.


Five Ways to Help Persecuted Christians

We may not care for persecuted Christians nearly as much as we think we do. Some people can feel deep sympathy for people far away from them, the depth of sympathy they feel for a child or friend.


Director: Victims call new film on abuse the French “Spotlight”

WASHINGTON (CNS) — Anybody who sees “By the Grace of God,” a new French-language film that details a true-to-life French clerical sex abuse scandal, may be struck by similarities to the U.S. drama “Spotlight,” which dealt with the abuse scandal that erupted in Boston in 2002.


Cardinal Newman’s canonization: Chance for campus groups to ‘reclaim’ name

A statue of Blessed John Henry Newman is seen Feb. 5, 2018, on the campus of Newman University in Wichita, Kan.

WASHINGTON (CNS) — The upcoming canonization of Blessed John Henry Newman begs the question: Do Catholic college students today even know who Cardinal Newman is?


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