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Survey: New priests are young and involved in their community

By Kate Quiñones/CNA The incoming class of seminarians who will be ordained in 2024 is young and involved in their community, an annual survey released April 15...

Catholic Church highlights concerns regarding Germany’s cannabis legalization

By AC Wimmer/Catholic News Agency While Germany legalized the recreational use of cannabis on Monday, April 1, the debate over the contentious legislation is far...

This is Pope Francis’ prayer intention for the month of April

By Francesca Pollio Fenton/Catholic News Agency Pope Francis’ prayer intention for the month of April is that the dignity and worth of women be recognized...

U.S. Catholic school report highlights steady enrollment, school choice

Following three years of modest growth, enrollment in Catholic education has remained stable since 2023, according to new data made public Wednesday by the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA).  

Harrison Butker Addresses Family Life, Gun Violence, Taylor Swift and More in Far-Reaching Interview

In an interview Friday with Mark Irons on EWTN News in Depth, Butker said he wants to encourage men, especially fathers, to “be courageous, to not be afraid to be the leader.”

PHOTOS | A timeline of Pope Francis’ 11 years as pope

March 13 marks the anniversary of the election of Pope Francis as the 266th successor of St. Peter. Here is a timeline of key events during his papacy:

Meet the young Catholic pilgrims who will walk thousands of miles with the Eucharist this summer

A group of two dozen young Catholic pilgrims will walk thousands of miles across the United States this summer, carrying Jesus Christ in the Eucharist through city streets and the countryside, converging at the 2024 National Eucharistic Congress. 

Women are ‘builders of humanity,’ Pope Francis says in conference address

On the day before International Women’s Day, Pope Francis addressed participants of the international conference “Women in the Church: Builders of Humanity” on Thursday at the Vatican. 

What is the Catholic Church’s position on IVF?

Since the Alabama Supreme Court ruled that embryos created through in vitro fertilization (IVF) are human children, debate over fertility treatment has erupted anew. Here’s everything you need to know.

After Alabama Supreme Court’s embryo personhood ruling, what comes next?

An Alabama Supreme Court decision that established the personhood of frozen embryos drew praise from pro-life groups. The possible wider effects of the decision, meanwhile, remain shrouded in uncertainty. 

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