Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI: “I Didn’t Imagine Living This Long”

Benedict XVI said: 'I'm nearly 94 years old, what do you want from me?'

Nun Tries to Stop Attack on Protesters by Myanmar Police: ‘Just...

She said: 'I knelt down begging them not to shoot and torture the children, but to shoot me and kill me instead.'

Did You Know? Why the Communion Wafer Was the First Waffle

Strange, but true: crusaders helped invent waffles, which are technically just giant Communion wafers.

Pope Francis Thanks Our Lady After Returning From Iraq

Pope Francis brought a bouquet of flowers from Iraq, which he placed on the altar at the foot of Our Lady’s image in the Borghese chapel.

Pope Francis Accepts Cardinal Sarah’s Resignation

Cardinal Robert Sarah was prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments.

The Time When the Order of Malta Had an Air Force

For a brief period after WWII, the Catholic Sovereign Military Order of Malta operated an airforce.

Did You Know? The Catholic Conversion of Oscar Wilde

Wanting to convert but was imprisoned before he could, Wilde repented of his sins and converted to Catholicism before his death.

5 Ways to Be a Father Like St. Joseph

In his apostolic letter “Patris Corde” (which in Latin means “With a Father’s Heart”), Pope Francis urges the faithful to imitate the virtues of...

4 Ways to Pray the Stations of the Cross From Home...

COVID-19 restrictions may make attending Stations of the Cross in person impossible this year, but you can still follow this journey with Christ and strengthen your Lenten prayer life.

Sister Andre, the Oldest Person in Europe, Beats COVID-19 Before Turning...

Europe's oldest person, French nun Sister Andre, beat COVID-19 on the eve of her 117th birthday!

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