"Jesus' heart was not moved by ideas or concepts but by faces, persons."
Diocesan bishops make Christmas pastoral visits to Catholic inmates in Long Island jails.
This research is a real wake-up call for the Catholic Church to focus harder on its millennial outreach and to engage them in new and creative ways
Rosary, Mass mark the first anniversary of Detective McDonald's death.
The state’s Catholic bishops were “extremely disappointed” by Cuomo’s veto of the bipartisan legislation, which “will have serious impact on our schools and tuition-paying families.”
All life, from life in the mother's womb to that of the elderly, the suffering and the sick, and to that of the troublesome and even repellent, is to be welcomed, loved and helped.
View a gallery of images from morning Mass at St. Agnes.
Bishop John Barres presided at a young adult Holy Hour for vocations at the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception on Wednesday, December 20.
In addition to being a good way to prepare for Christmas, the contest presented an opportunity for different parish groups to participate in a single activity.