Singing Nuns to be at White House Tree Lighting Ceremony

Singing Nuns to be at White House Tree Lighting Ceremony

LifesiteNews—A group of Catholic sisters will be singing at this year’s National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at the White House.  According to the White House’s official website for the event, this American tradition dates back to 1923 when President Calvin Coolidge walked from the White House to the Ellipse park to light a 48-foot fir…
Beloved Bishop Robert C. Morlino dead at 71

Beloved Bishop Robert C. Morlino dead at 71

Wisconsin State Journal, Catholic News Agency & original — Madison Catholic Bishop Robert C. Morlino died late Saturday, three days after suffering a “cardiac event” during planned medical tests, the Catholic Diocese of Madison said. He was 71.  Bishop Morlino died at 9:15 p.m. at St. Mary’s Hospital, the diocese said in a statement that asked the…
Catholic Business Journal proudly announces new sponsor: Loyola Press

Catholic Business Journal proudly announces new sponsor: Loyola Press

Jesuit ministry Loyola Press brings its mission of finding God in all things to Catholic Business professionals in its new partnership with Catholic Business Journal. As a Jesuit publisher since 1912, Loyola Press strives to publish resources that maintain their mission–to serve people, listen to their spiritual needs, and nurture their friendship with God and…
Young man healed by Padre Pio recounts story of miraculous cure

Young man healed by Padre Pio recounts story of miraculous cure

ACI Prensa and CNA—Matteo Pio Colella was just 7 years old when he contracted a deadly disease. Doctors believed there was no hope for the boy, but he made a full recovery. His cure was the miracle that paved the way for the canonization of St. Padre Pio by Pope John Paul II in June…
After 100 years, US Catholicism still bears the stamp of World War I

After 100 years, US Catholicism still bears the stamp of World War I

A century after the close of World War I, the war has faded from living memory. But its effects endure. President Woodrow Wilson had campaigned for re-election on a promise he would keep the country out of war. But subsequent events, including the discovery of a German telegram promising American territory to Mexico in the…