What Does Sainthood Mean in Times Like These?

ATLANTA, GA (MetroCatholic) -  Media coverage of the May 1 beatification of the Venerable Pope John Paul II is already generating headlines across the globe as the faithful and curious alike recount the profound and miraculous impact the beloved saint-to-be had on the world. Hundreds of media...

Bishops’ Doctrine Committee Faults Book by Fordham Professor

WASHINGTON (MetroCatholic)—The U.S. bishops’ Committee on Doctrine authorized a statement March 24, critiquing Quest for the Living God: Mapping Frontiers in the Theology of God, a book by a Fordham University Professor, Sister Elizabeth A. Johnson, a member of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Brentwood,...

Only One Book Tells Mother Teresa’s Full Story

HUNTINGTON, Ind. (MetroCatholic) — As the world remembers the late, soon-to-be-canonized Blessed Mother Teresa (1910-1997) on her 100th birthday today, there is just one book she wanted published about her life’s message. And she asked Fr. Joseph Langford — her longtime trusted friend...

Thomas More College’s Artist-in-Residence to Host Art Show on CatholicTV

MERRIMACK, NEW HAMPSHIRE (MetroCatholic)— A new Catholic art show hosted by the Thomas More College of Liberal Arts’ artist-in-residence, David Clayton, will debut on CatholicTV starting September 6th. Entitled “The Way of Beauty,” this 13-part series will examine Catholic traditions in art and how...

Theology of the Body Institute Honors Five with Awards for Distinguished Achievement

First-ever awards recognize Theology of the Body pioneers PHILADELPHIA (MetroCatholic) — On Thursday night in Philadelphia, the Theology of the Body Institute recognized a group of five organizations and individuals for pioneering work in the advancement of the teachings of Venerable Pope John...

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