Pope Francis has formally approved the the date for the canonization of Blesseds Louis and Zelie Martin, the parents of St. Therese of Lisieux, who will be the first couple ever to be canonized at the same time.
Philadelphia’s Archbishop Charles Chaput is rolling out the welcome mat for homosexuals at the World Meeting of Family, but warns that the event is not to be used for protests or to lobby for changes in Church teaching.
With little fanfare and no public knowledge, the archbishop emeritus of Guadalajara and exorcists from all over the country of Mexico gathered in the Cathedral of San Luis Potosi to perform a nation-wide exorcism of the troubled country.
A false seer who claims to be receiving messages from Jesus and Mary tricked Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI into publicly receiving a copy of her book by sending envoys to a meeting that was arranged under false pretenses.
Children in the Archdiocese of Denver will begin to receive the Sacraments of Confirmation and First Communion in the same ceremony, which is a restoration of the original order of the Sacraments of Initiation.
Liberal bishops from Germany, France, and Switzerland met on May 25 in a so-called “secret” meeting at the Gregorian University in Rome to discuss their plans for the October meeting of the Synod of Bishops, a gathering that included select media representatives who will be used to sow confusion and discord among the faithful about the upcoming Synod.
The Salvadoran martyr, Oscar Romero, was beatified in San Salvador on May 23, kicking off another wave of rumors about his supposed affiliation with liberation theology and Marxism, none of which are based in fact.
A well-funded campaign to ruin San Francisco’s Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone and drive him out of the city is being met with increasing resistance from the faithful who are rallying around him and trying to raise the funds he needs to defend himself.