The cause for sainthood has taken another step forward for an Italian-born member of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati who achieved notoriety for facing-down the infamous gunslinger, Billy the Kid, during her work among the native American and immigrant population of the West during the late nineteenth century.
The world watched in awe and wonder as Jessica Hayes, a 38 year-old high school teacher from Indiana walked down the aisle of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Fort Wayne in a white wedding gown and married the love of her life – Jesus Christ.
The Vatican has put out a call to priests around the world to apply to become “missionaries of mercy” priests who will be sent into dioceses to preach and hear confessions during the upcoming Holy Year of Mercy.
Authorities in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia are showing no signs of caving to the demands of the LGBT “Catholic” community who have been complaining to the local press about not being allowed to contribute their dissenting voices to the World Meeting of Families (WMF) Congress.
Bishop David Kagan of the Diocese of Bismarck has ordered all parishes in western North Dakota to sever all ties with the Boy Scouts of America following the group’s decision to lift its ban on gay scout leaders.
Olympic gold medal swimmer Katie Ledecky, 18, just completed an unprecedented 1,700 meter session at the world championships in Kazan, Russia – a feat she undertook after making a pledge to “Walk With Francis” in anticipation of his U.S. visit next month.