The Eucharist is the source and summit of our faith. Why? Because the Eucharist is none other than Jesus Christ.
At the mall, Audrey Cole and her younger sister Mary Kunkel felt isolated.
FORT WORTH — They’re usually called perpetual or final vows. But, after 11 years of religious formation that included time spent in Brazil tutoring children, earning a college degree, and becoming a U.S. citizen, Sister Lola Ulupano referred to her lifetime commitment to the Sisters of Saint Mary of Namur (SSMN) as a “forever yes.”
A reader called The Record a couple of weeks ago to ask this question: "Does God love the illegals?" By "illegals," the caller was referring to our brothers and sisters who have crossed the southern border in search of life and hope. The term dehumanizes our brethren, making it easier to dismiss their suffering.
FORT WORTH — How do you help at-risk children build better futures? For thousands of families in the North Texas area, the answer is getting kids a great private school education through the STAR Sponsorship Program.
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Like the apostles who brought spiritual and physical healing to those in need, Christians are called to tend to the wounds of the suffering and the downtrodden, Pope Francis said.
WASHINGTON (CNS) — Iraqi Christians face "extinction" unless Islam recognizes the fundamental equality of all people and takes steps to overcome violent factions that seek to force religious minorities from the country, said Chaldean Archbishop Bashar Warda of Irbil.
In early June, the U.S. bishops had a meeting, during which one of their staffers actively managed the USCCB Twitter account.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (CNS) — In 2018, the Knights of Columbus gave $185.7 million to charity and donated 76.7 million hours of hands-on service.
WASHINGTON (CNS) — Pope Francis joined Catholic Church leaders expressing sorrow after back-to-back mass shootings in the United States left at least 31 dead and dozens injured in Texas and Ohio Aug. 3 and 4.
BEDFORD — “Our group is not necessarily about marrying,” Gigi Mulberry said of Catholic Singles United. “But if you meet your future spouse here, that’s wonderful.”
BURLESON — Putting faith into action and learning how to experience a true conversion as Christ’s disciple was the mission of a five-day intensive youth retreat held at Saint Ann Parish in Burleson.
KELLER — On his very first night in the Holy Land, seminarian Joseph Moreno was awestruck.
ST. MARTINVILLE, La. (CNS) — Catholics in the Diocese of Lafayette are gearing up to celebrate two significant events in the life of the universal Church and the local church Aug. 15.
WESTPHALIA, Texas (CNS) — The Church of the Visitation in Westphalia, a nearly 125-year-old wooden church with bell towers on each side, burned to the ground July 29.
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Pope Francis hung a bright red sign on his home-office door two summers ago that reads, "No Complaining Allowed."
SYDNEY (CNS) — A woman who spent 20 years imprisoned in China for being a faithful Catholic has helped hundreds of Chinese migrants convert to the faith in Australia.
WASHINGTON (CNS) — Shoelaces, rosaries, diapers, shampoo, Chapstick, baby wipes, water. Basic things that affirm one's humanity
“I believe in the Father Almighty, Creator of Heaven and Earth...” These are familiar words we say on Sundays when we gather for Mass to worship God and declare the great works of the Lord.
WASHINGTON (CNS) — The July 25 announcement by the Justice Department that it is reinstating the federal death penalty for the first time in 16 years was unwelcome news for Catholic leaders who have advocated against capital punishment.
There is something to be said about someone willing to sacrifice himself for the sake of another.
Denver, Colo. (CNA) — Catholic journalists know that discernment stories are popular because they give readers hope.