American priest heading for beatification died amid a global pandemic

American priest heading for beatification died amid a global pandemic

CNA—Fr. Michael McGivney, an American priest soon to be beatified, died amid a 19th-century pandemic which may have been caused by a coronavirus.  Fr. McGivney founded the largest world’s largest Catholic fraternal service organization, the Knights of Columbus, in 1882. Today the order formed in his parish basement in New Haven, Connecticut, has grown to more…
LEAD BY EXAMPLE: For Catholic vet, ‘doing right thing’ outweighed risks

LEAD BY EXAMPLE: For Catholic vet, ‘doing right thing’ outweighed risks

CNS, Knights of Columbus—Sgt. Gary Rose looked out and saw a wounded soldier 50 meters outside his company’s perimeter, stranded in the middle of North Vietnamese Army machine gun fire during a Vietnam War Special Forces mission in Laos. It was day two of Operation Tailwind — a Special Forces mission to disrupt the enemy…
Catholic Association of Latino Leaders held 12th Annual National Conference “Young People and Faith in Christ,” and 8th Annual Angel Awards Gala in Los Angeles

Catholic Association of Latino Leaders held 12th Annual National Conference “Young People and Faith in Christ,” and 8th Annual Angel Awards Gala in Los Angeles

The Catholic Association of Latino Leaders (CALL) hosted its 12th Annual Conference, at the Grammy Museum in downtown Los Angeles Friday, September 6. The 2019 CALL conference, themed, “Young People and Faith in Christ” focused on youth and their ethical development. “The theme of this year’s CALL conference is close to my heart — celebrating…
From The Front Lines Of The Culture War: Gaining Clarity On Catholic Leadership And Accountability

From The Front Lines Of The Culture War: Gaining Clarity On Catholic Leadership And Accountability

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