CNA Columns

My friend, I’ll call her “Veronica,” goes for the spiritual jugular, so to speak. It’s almost as if she avails herself to God and says, “All... (Read more)

From the Bishops

Time to act on DACA

By Archbishop José H. Gomez

Once again, we begin a new year with uncertainty and fear over immigration, and this year our leaders in Congress face a hard deadline. On... (Read more)
It’s said that Robert Hugh Benson’s conversion to Roman Catholicism was an act of rebellion against his father, Edward White Benson, Archbishop of... (Read more)

From the Bishops

Following the light

By Bishop James D. Conley

An epiphany is a moment of startling clarity; a moment when the truth is suddenly and blindingly clear to us. An epiphany is the moment when we... (Read more)
I am what is often called a ‘revert” to the Catholic Church. Though raised as a Catholic, I fell away from the practice of the ancient faith when... (Read more)
Late Christmas Day is always bittersweet for "Doctor Who" fans. Most people feel wiped from a day of Christmas parties, midnight Mass, and the... (Read more)
During the Octave (eight days) of Christmas we celebrate the Feast of the Holy Family. The significance of the feast unfolds when we come to... (Read more)
New Year's Eve celebrations are staggered around the globe due to the different time zones, but we all have this in common, no matter where we... (Read more)


Catholic-Orthodox reunion prospects

By Msgr. M. Francis Mannion

As is readily acknowledged on both sides, Catholics and Orthodox already have much in common - acceptance of the teaching of the first seven... (Read more)

From the Bishops

The New Year and Tradition

By Bishop Arthur Serratelli

Out with old, in with the new! That is literally how some people welcome in the New Year. In some parts of Italy, especially in the south,... (Read more)
Pope Francis in Chile and Peru

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