Author Susan Conroy, a friend of Mother Teresa, shares personal stories about working alongside a living saint and caring for the poor of Calcutta.
Visiting St. Faustina's tomb. Venerating St. John Paul II's relic in his shrine. Lunching with young people. A Eucharistic vigil before the closing Mass. All this and more for Pope Francis at World Youth Day
The Marian Founder is a saint! But his was no ordinary canonization. Here's why.
Blessed (soon-to-be-Saint) Stanislaus is still active in the world today, miraculously!
Souls restored to life; God physically on the altar; and hope given in a darkening time. Yes: It's business as usual at the eleventh annual Divine Mercy Conference in the Bronx.

Despite wind and snow, the pilgrims came in their thousands, seeking the Divine Mercy.

Check out the new pastoral guide to the Sacrament of Reconciliation, published by the Pontifical Council for Promoting the New Evangelization.
Archbishop Salvatore Fisichella, president of the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of the New Evangelization, tells us what it's all about.
In his 2016 Lenten message, Pope Francis makes a special plea to the faithful. Here it is. Let's get to work.
Avvenire, the newspaper of the Italian conference of Catholic bishops, is reporting that the canonization will probably be scheduled for Sept. 4, 2016, the day before Mother Teresa's feast day.