CNA Columns

Nearly all of CNA's staff spent the week in Alabama, at the global headquarters of EWTN- CNA is a service of EWTN News. We held our annual team... (Read more)
This week on CNA Newsroom, it's Lent, but we're talking about beer, cocktails, and Catholic culture. We talk with Jared Staudt, author of "The... (Read more)
I was sleepy last night after returning from “Captain Marvel.” The movie was great, but this was a day that involved a vomiting baby and a full... (Read more)
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This week on CNA Newsroom, we're talking converts!     We interview three converts to the Catholic faith: Sister Brittany Harrison,... (Read more)
This column is being written on the eve of a much-publicized summit meeting of bishops from around the world whom Pope Francis has summoned to... (Read more)
Two years after his death, the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is missed for many reasons, not least among them his colorful writing... (Read more)

From the Bishops

Manifesto of Faith

By Cardinal Gerhard Müller

“Let not your heart be troubled!” (John 14:1) In the face of growing confusion about the doctrine of the Faith, many bishops, priests,... (Read more)
Can a one-day conference at a university breathe life into a cause that lately appears to have stalled: involving the Catholic laity in ending the... (Read more)
In The Innocents Abroad, published in1869, Mark Twain humorously narrates his travels thorough Europe and the Holy Land. He goes out of his way to... (Read more)