In part one of our series on "Humanae Vitae", Bishop Wall examines the prophetic vision of Pope Paul VI and the negative consequences he foresaw for any society that rejects the value of human life in all its stages.
For the Woman Believed to To Be First to Formally Speak Navajo at a Papal Mass: “This is What I Believe. I am Catholic.”
"It’s our Creator who you need to get to know through the Church. We believe in the Creator and we pray, but we know that eventually, after death, we turn back to spiritual beings."
You know that song, The 12 Days of Christmas? It carries a historical significance, marking the days and feasts following Christmas Day.
Solanus spent his fifty-three years as a priest in menial service as a sacristan and porter at St. Bonaventure’s monastery in Detroit and worked in the friars’ soup kitchen.
Even before his conversion to Catholicism, Black Elk was a prominent medicine man “widely known as a holy man and a mystic.”
Mary, the Mother of God, Mother of Jesus, and wife of Joseph, is the greatest of all Christian saints.
For Native American Catholics, Annual Tekakwitha Conference is An Opportunity to Celebrate Faith and Culture
During a time when the national debate about painful history is prominently in the spotlight, the Tekakwitha Conference embraces the history, culture and religion of indigenous peoples.