Fans of Lewis C.S. Lewis can have sympathy for what he endured in writing The Screwtape Letters, writes John Clark in the National Catholic Register.
Pope Francis has invited charismatics and Pentecostal and Evangelical church members to Rome to celebrate Pentecost and the 50th anniversary of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal, reports Crux/CNS.
The Federal government has unfairly singled out the Catholic schools sector for funding cuts that will lead to increased fees, says the National Catholic Education Commission.
The famine gripping parts of South Sudan could be the 'gravest food security' disaster since the 1984 African famine, reports Caritas Australia.
Following a decision by the board of several Belgian Catholic psychiatric hospitals to start performing euthanasia, the religious brothers who operate the hospitals said the policy change is unacceptable, CNA reports.
After 23 years as the Education Officer at Liturgy Brisbane, and after writing hundreds of her 'Liturgy Lines' column, Elizabeth Harrington is retiring, the Archdiocese of Brisbane reports.
Involving children in the research and decisions that will impact their lives is essential to protect them from being abused within institutions, a symposium has been told, reports The Guardian.
One day before the May 13 celebration marking the 100th anniversary of the Fatima apparitions, a statue of Our Lady of Fatima will be visiting the United Nations, CNA reports.
The Victorian budget tackles family violence and transport but fails badly in other areas, according to Catholic Social Services Victoria.
The Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines has renewed its appeal for lawmakers to reject the bill reimposing the death penalty, reports CBCP News.
Conversion stories abound in Christian literature. The modern conversion story is less well known, especially in places not associated in the Western mind with Christianity, reports Crux.
Pope Francis said an Italian martyr who refused to take the “Hitler oath” after he was drafted into the German army in 1944 is a “model for fathers”, reports the Catholic Herald.
The Texas Senate has passed a bill that would require people to use bathrooms based on the sex on their birth certificate, but it faces significant opposition from influential corporations and LGBT activists, reports Catholic News Agency.
We’ve dropped the ball when it comes to giving sound instruction and example to boys and young men, writes Monica Doumit in the Catholic Weekly.
Australian Catholics are honouring the life and work of Fr Paul Gardiner SJ, who died on Saturday aged 93, reports the Australian Jesuits.
Family advocates believe plans to save $4 billion by scrapping family tax benefits shows the federal government is only interested in “competing” with stay-at-home mothers, reports The Catholic Leader.
Pope Francis has asked God's forgiveness for the failures of the Church during the 1994 Rwanda genocide, Catholic News Service reports.
Cardinal George Pell has accused the Senate of launching an “extraordinary and unjust” attack against him and interfering with due process, reports The Australian.