Johnnette Benkovic will serve as co-host of EWTN’s coverage of the historic convocation of Catholic leaders who are coming together in Orlando, Florida next weekend to come up with ways to bring the joy of the Gospel into the fabric of our nation.
An attempt to mass-murder Muslims in London this past weekend by a man who drove a van into worshipers outside a mosque is being denounced worldwide, with Westminster’s Cardinal Vincent Nichols saying violence brews violence and is not the answer to terrorism.
A Denver-area anesthesiologist is proposing a ballot initiative to make Colorado the first state in the country to ban cellphones for children younger than 13 because of the negative impact these devices have on children.
Vice President Mike Pence, who refers to himself as a “born-again Evangelical-Catholic” gave an inspiring and upbeat address at the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast yesterday saying that “life is winning” in the U.S. and that the new administration is committed to protecting religious freedom.
The faithful from around the world are once again offering prayers of support and comfort to the British people who suffered yet another terrorist attack on Saturday night that took the lives of seven innocent people.
When a priest in Italy discovered blasphemous graffiti on the wall of his church, he responded to the vandals with an open letter on Facebook which has gone viral.