Pope Francis and the Catholic Church were directly threatened in a newly released video published by ISIS last Friday. The video depicts the desecration of a crucifix and a statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary, along with a burning of a church.
During his Tuesday morning homily, Pope Francis reflected on his papacy and said he has thought about when it would come time to "take leave" of his flock.
Pope Francis strongly reiterated the Church's teachings that only a union of man and woman can be considered a family in the image of God, even if they are non-believers.
In a span of less than two weeks, three Mexican priests have been murdered within their parishes in what is being called a "Black April" for the Church.
For the first time nearly half a millennia, the tomb of Jesus, the rock upon which he was laid after the Crucifixion, and from where He Resurrected, has been opened.
According to a recently released study, visiting beautiful churches and cathedrals are one of the top reasons that influences the youth across the globe in deciding to convert to Christianity.
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A bronze statue of the Virgin Mary in the small parish of Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in Hobbs, New Mexico made famous for reportedly crying is once again miraculously weeping.
One priest is finding unique ways to spread the Faith: competing on American Ninja Warrior as "Father Flex" and using the experience as a stage for evangelization.
In the small parish of Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in Hobbs, New Mexico, the faithful believe that a statue of Our Lady is miraculously "crying".