BLOG: Paul Jarzembowski
Elder, deacon works to translate Mass parts for Squamish Nation
Nicholas Elbers, Catholic News Service
June 16, 2022
At St. Paul's Indian Church in North Vancouver, a project is underway to translate the Mass into the Squamish language. more
Pope Francis reminds us that we are called to care for the elderly and that they, too, are called to serve others. more
The courage to speak | Everyday Miracles
Andrea Nicole Carandang
June 15, 2022
When Andrea's superiors ask her to give a talk on an important and sensitive topic, she knows she can't do it alone. more
Read the full text of Pope Francis' message for the 6th World Day of the Poor, which will be observed on November 13, 2022. more
Martyred nuns beatified in Poland
Junno Arocho Esteves, Catholic News Service
June 13, 2022
Ten Polish nuns murdered by Russian soldiers at the end of World War II were beatified in Wroclaw, Poland, on June 11, 2022. more
Pope’s knee troubles force cancellation of July trip to Africa
Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service
June 10, 2022
Because of continuing problems with his knee, Pope Francis has postponed his planned trip to Congo and South Sudan. more
Bishops in South Korea have moved ahead to pursue the canonization of 81 Catholics martyred by communist forces during the Korean War. more
In the 13th instalment of his catechesis on old age, Pope Francis reflects on Jesus' conversation with Nicodemus in the Gospel of John. more
Depressed and suicidal, Keith found himself going from bad to worse. He needed help. And then one night he found it in an unexpected way. more
Beatifications of martyred priests lift Lebanese mired in poverty
Doreen Abi Raad, Catholic News Service
June 6, 2022
Capuchin Fathers Leonard Melki and Thomas Saleh, two 20th-century Lebanese martyrs, were beatified on June 4 in Jal El Dib, near Beirut. more