Human Remains Linked to Husband and Wife Saints Martyred Nearly Two Millennia Ago

Scientific Examination in Italy Is First of Its Kind Allowed by Catholic ChurchNational Geographic Channel World Premiere Documentary Chronicles the Scientific Study of Martyrs Said to Have Been Buried Alive Explorer: Mystery of the Murdered Saints Premieres Tuesday, April 19, at 10 PM ET/PT REGGIO...

Mexican archdiocese encourages Catholic traditions on Halloween

Mexico City, Mexico (CNA) — The Archdiocese of Xalapa, Mexico has called on the faithful to preserve Catholic traditions associated with All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day amid the increasing celebration of Halloween in the country. The archdiocese noted that the two feast days are...

Newly Unveiled Painting Depicts the Patron Saints of World Youth Day 2011

LOUISVILLE (MetroCatholic) — To celebrate the nine patron saints who will serve as heavenly guides for pilgrims at World Youth Day 2011, Goodness Reigns is debuting an original oil painting on the occasion of All Saints Day to commemorate next summer’s international gathering of the young...

Holy Father invites all to follow example of newly beatified Capuchin friar

Vatican City (CNA/EWTN News) — A Spanish Capuchin friar who was known across the city of Granada, Spain for his simplicity was beatified on Sunday morning. The Holy Father invited the faithful to follow his example and to love all people, “without exception.” Brother Leopold de...

Miraculous cancer cure in St. Louis could canonize Marianist founder

St. Louis, Mo. (CNA).- Last Friday an evening prayer service marked the Archdiocese of St. Louis’ official closure of its investigation into an alleged miraculous cure attributed to Bl. William Chaminade, founder of the Marianist order. The archdiocesan tribunal, established by Archbishop Robert J. ...

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