25-year-old Ursuline Sister Cristina Scuccia auditioned with Alicia Keys' track "No One" and wowed the audience, even bringing one of the judges to tears.
Father Robert Barron's newest article on "Cosmos" produced, Giordano Bruno, and the tired, mythical conflict between science and faith
In a recent interview, Bill Gates talks about attending a Catholic Church with his family and why 'It Makes Sense to Believe in God'
A collection of quotes from the first year of Pope Francis' papacy
Going meatless for Lent (or every Friday throughout the year) does not have mean a steady diet of fish sticks and mac 'n cheese. Here are 10 meatless recipes for Lent that are delicious and healthy, but still simple enough to be in line with the spirit of Lenten sacrifice.
During Lent, The Church calls Catholics to a spirit of penance, above all fasting, prayer and almsgiving, "which express conversion in relation to oneself, to God, and to others
Tribute to Catholics of African Descent
The United Nations Committee on the Rights of Children issued a sixteen page, 67-paragraph report on the Holy See on January 31, 2014. It exposes the utter obliviousness of the UN to the distinction between the Catholic religion and the sovereign independent nation of Vatican City. Likewise, it exposes the real agenda at the UN to deify political correctness and to usurp authority to make itself the supreme arbiter of human activity.
How social media, web and mobile would tell the story of the Nativity. The Christmas story told through Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google, Wikipedia, Google Maps, GMail, Foursquare, Amazon...
The uCatholic 2013 Person of the Year is the Pope, who through his actions, has given an great and absolutely remarkable example of Christian humility.