Greek for "not written," the agrapha are the sayings of Jesus not recorded in the canonical Gospels but deemed authentic.
It’s that time of year when all Catholics start to think about what they will give up for Lent. Many will choose chocolate or social media or alcohol.
"Wake Up!" by Pope Francis sets papal speeches and prayers to pop, rock, and classical music.
Pious tradition tells when Saint Paul the Apostle was decapitated, his head bounced three times, each time water miraculously spring up from the Earth.
Saint Paul's Island, also known as Selmunett, is where the apostle was shipwrecked at while on his way to Rome to face charges.
Before Celestine V abdicated the papacy, popes didn't have the authority to resign. He formally decreed the right of resignation and promptly exercised it.
Their distinctive, bright red plumage is reminiscent of a cardinal's cassock - it's no coincidence they share a name.
A Black Catholic’s Reflections On Three Black Holy Ones Everyone Should Know About
Why was Saint Clare of Assisi, who lived nearly 800 years ago, named the patron saint of television by Pope Venerable Pius XII in 1957?
In this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys are joined by Jacqueline Burkepile, editor of Church POP, to discuss superstar Catholic celebrities and the role of faith in Hollywood and media.