COLUMBIA—Words of prayer, moving testimony, gospel music and the civil rights anthem “We Shall Overcome” rose from the steps of the Statehouse Dec. 18 as hundreds prayed for the overturn of a controversial new state […]
SIMPSONVILLE—Members of St. Mary Magdalene Church are learning more about the faith through “Catholicism,” a 10-part documentary by author, theologian and teacher Father Robert Barron. Father Barron is the founder of Word on Fire, an […]
Our Lady of Guadalupe was honored with music, prayer, processions, drama and dance at celebrations at many parishes Dec. 11 and 12.
CHAPIN—Most people who are familiar with the inside of Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis are probably used to seeing the Colts play football under the lights there. But when a group of 16 Chapin teenagers […]
Filipino Catholics traditionally prepare for Christmas by attending nine Masses dedicated to Mary.
The new translation of the Roman Missal offers unprecedented chances for Catholics to learn more about the faith, unlock its mysteries and share its message with the unchurched and those who have fallen away. Four […]
“Rejoice! Rejoice! The kingdom of God is upon us.” This is a phrase that we hear quite frequently during the Christmas season. WATCH THE VIDEO When Mary visited her cousin Elizabeth to share her wonderful […]
Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone delivers his 2011 Christmas message from the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Charleston.
VATICAN CITY–The Christmas tree is “a significant symbol of Christ’s Nativity because, with its evergreen boughs, it reminds us of enduring life,” Pope Benedict XVI told a Ukrainian delegation at the Vatican this morning.