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Walesa Receives Defender of Faith Award
Walk for Life Focuses on Planned Parenthood. Sends Message: Stop Hurting Women Through Abortion By Genevieve Pollock
Walking in the Footsteps of Blessed Louis and Zelie Martin. Rector of Alençon Shrine Speaks on Events Leading to Canonization of Parents of St. Therese of Lisieux
Walking the Seven Major Basilicas of Rome. English-Speaking Pilgrims Follow in the Footsteps of Philip Neri By Ann Schneible
Walking Together. Christians on the Road to Unity
Wallenberg Foundation Greets Benedict XVI. Meets Religious Leaders in Rome
Walsingham Ordinary: Catholics, Anglicans Not Competing. Father Newton Looks at Initial Issues for Ex-Anglicans
Want a Happy, Successful 2016? Pope Suggests Keeping Your Eyes on Mary
Want Peace? Pray, Says Pope. Message to Meeting in "Spirit of Assisi" Emphasizes God's Gift
Wanted: Documented Pius XII Defense. Foundation Aims to Prove Pope's Efforts to Save Jews
Wanted: Young Catholic Detectives. Bishops of England and Wales Promoting Bible Knowledge
Wanting More in Life? That’s Good, Says Pope Francis. At Morning Mass, Considers the Heart’s Longing for God
War and Peace and Religion
War Does Not Lead to Peace Cardinal Kasper Closes Meeting of Religious Leaders in Assisi
War Is a Dead End, European Bishops Say on Syria. Damascus Prelate Reports Exhausted Christians Turn in Prayer to Martyrs
War Is Irrational, Italian Bishop Affirms. Conference Considers Priority of Disarmament
War on Terrorism Has to Observe Limits, Says Pope
War-Survivors Appeal for Kenyan Peace. Offer Firsthand Experience to Promote Dialogue
Warsaw's Archbishop Collaborated With Communists
Warsaw's Cardinal Glemp Retires; Successor Named
Wartime Jews Praise the Italians Who Saved Them. Last of the Holocaust Survivors Share Their Stories By Edward Pentin
Wary of the War on Christmas. L'Osservatore Romano Weighs In on a Trend
Was Dorothy Day a ‘dissenting Catholic’?
Washing of the Feet on Holy Thursday. And More on Days of Abstinence
Washington Assisted Suicide Law Takes Effect. Bishops Speak for At-Risk Individuals
Washington Court Upholds Same-Sex Marriage Ban
Washington Event Gives In-Depth Look at Religious Freedom Across the Globe. Vatican Representative to the UN Among Speakers at Conference By Junno Arocho
Washington Opens Blessed John Paul II Seminary. Cardinal Says Pontiff Inspired Many Vocations
Washington Readies March for Life. 200,000 to Descend on US Capital
Washington State Bishop Guides Voters in Defending Marriage. Calls on Supporters, Opponents to Debate With Respect By Junno Arocho
Washington State Upholds Pharmacists' Conscience Rights. Court Strikes Down Law on Dispensation of Morning-after Pill
Washington Waits for Benedict XVI. Americans Prepare for the Pope's Arrival By Carrie GressWASHINGTON, D.C.,
Washington, D.C., to Open New Seminary. Cardinal-Designate Sees Growing Interest in Priesthood
Washington: Brownback Calls for Action to Protect Religious Freedom
Watch Out Facebook, Here Comes Something Catholic. Social Networking Site Launched for Sydney Youth Day
Watching "Big Brother" And More Bad Entertainment Choices By Father John Flynn
Water, Climate: Pope Asks Global Approach
Way of Cross Includes Consolations, Says Benedict XVI. Cardinal Ruini Among Those Who Join Ceremonial Walk
Way of the Cross Leads to Heart of the Faith. Cardinal Ruini Comments on Meditations for the Colosseum
Way of the Cross to Focus on Loss of Sense of Sin
Way of the Cross. Within Mass. And More on Good Friday
We All Need Christ at Christmas "wonderful aspects of Christmas dont define the holy day, but rather they are a part of Christmas because we know that God is with us and for us; there is reason to rejoice"
We Also Have Crosses, Prelates Remind Faithful. African Bishops Affirm Hope in Suffering
We Are All Fed by the Same Eucharist, Says Pope. Affirms That Christ's Priesthood Entailed Suffering
We Are Invited to Share Mercy
We Are Marked and Sent Into the World. Biblical Reflection for the 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time A By Father Thomas Rosica, CSB
We Are Missionaries Because We Are Disciples. Lectio Divina: XV Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B
We Are One Family, Says Benedict XVI. Urges Charity and Hospitality for Migrants and Refugees
We Are Small But Strong, Says Turkmenistan Priest
We Are the Christians of Iraq. Letter of an Iraqi Priest to His Wounded Country By Father Albert Hisham Naoum
We Aren’t as Free as We Think, Warns Pope
We Can Move From Most Shameful Disgrace to Highest Dignity, Says Pope at Chrism Mass
We Christians Are Children of the Gospel; Unity Is Our DNA. Rome Diocese's Director of Ecumenism on Challenges and Prospects in the Pope Francis Era
We Have Decided to Have a Clone
We Must Imitate God's Mercy, Preacher Says
We Must Learn How to Pray, Says Pope. Launches New Catechesis Series for Wednesday Audiences
We Must Not Mix Up Jesus Christ With Our Ideas. Lectio Divina: 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C
We Must Put Our Trust in Love; We Cannot Own It. Lectio Divina: 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A
We Need to Get Used to Being With God, Says Pope. Recommends Going Beyond Petition to Prayer of Praise, Thanks
We Share Your Light. Journalists Who Traveled With Benedict XVI to Mexico and Cuba By Paloma Rives, Special Envoy
We Still Live in Era of Martyrs, Says Bishop. Italian Prelate Notes Those Dying Each Year for the Gospel
We Want to See the Infinite: the Thirst for God's Face. Lectio Divina: 5th Sunday of Lent, Year B
We Will Be Judged, Says Bishop Aquila. Presides at "40 Days" Closing in Fargo
We're All Hoping With the South Sudanese, Says Aide. Spokesman Speaks of This People's "Mysterious Vitality"
We're in "God's Good Hands," Benedict XVI Says
Weapons for Battle: Some Practical Tools for a Holy Lent. Tips for Our Annual Battle
Wearing the Rosary as a Necklace
Web Conference to Focus on "Deus Caritas Est"
Web Conference to Focus on Priestly Celibacy
Web Page Counters "Da Vinci Code"
Web Page Dedicated to June 3 Event
Web Page Dedicated to Justice and Peace
Web Page Features Miracles of Yesterday and Today
Web Page for John Paul II's Cause Is Busy
Web Site Aims to Help Bring New Pentecost. Catholic.net a Resource for Apostolates, Faithful
Web Site Aims to Link Christians With Holy Land
Web Site Appeals to Spirituality of Children. Aims to Show Them What They Can Offer World
Web Site Being Launched for Pope's Lebanon Trip
Web Site Fosters Priestly Synergy. Clergy Share Best Practices and Resources Online
Web Site Gathers Catholic Resources
Web Site Launched for Pope's April Visit
Web Site Ready for Pope's May Visit to Holy Land. Marks 50th Anniversary of Paul VI's 1964 Trip
Web Site Shows Living Faces of the Church. Pope2you.net Launches Photo Networking Initiative By Jesus Colina
Weeding Out Corruption. Vatican Document Highlights the Problems. By Father John Flynn
Week 3: "Papelorum Progressio" Why the Church Endures Latin and Loves Italian By Father Thomas Rosica, CSB
Week of Prayer for Syria: Day 1. Hear the outcry of the Syrian people
Week of Prayer for Syria: Day 2. Comfort those who suffer because of violence
Week of Prayer for Syria: Day 3. Comfort those who mourn their loved ones
Week of Prayer for Syria: Day 4. Help the nations that border Syria, as they welcome the refugees
Week of Prayer for Syria: Day 5. Convert the hearts of those who have taken up arms, and protect those who work for peace
Week of Prayer for Syria: Day 6. Inspire within the universal Church compassion for the Syrian people
Week of Prayer for Syria: Day 7. Give us hope in a future of peace, founded on justice for all
Weigel Part of France's Papal Preparations. "God's Choice" Translation Released Ahead of Pope's Visit By Karna Swanson
Weigel Ponders Cardinal Ratzinger's View of Crisis
Weigel Reflects on John Paul II's Legacy. Christendom College Head Notes Great Moment for the Church
Weigel: There Is No Match for Theology of Body. Contrasts It With View of "Sex as Sport" By Robert F. Conkling
Welcome Speech by Muslim Prince Ghazi "We Understand This Visit to Be a Deliberate Gesture of Goodwill"
Welcoming Attitude Toward Charisms Urged. Benedict XVI Addresses Seminar on Movements
Welcoming Refugees Is a Duty, Says Benedict XVI
Welcoming the Pope to Mary's House. Archpriest of St. Mary Major, Former Nuncio to Argentina, on Francis' 1st Outing
Welsh Bishops Underline Need of Catholic Education. Express Support for Pro-Marriage, Pro-Life Policies
Welsh Government Lays Claim to Citizens' Bodily Organs Key Criterion for Ethical Donation Undermined
West Coast Pro-Life March "Definitely Worth It" Founder of Annual Event Speaks of Bright Future for Defense of Unborn Kathleen Naab
West's New Creed: Belief Without Belonging
Western Defense of Conscience (Part 2) Interview With Law Professor Rafael Navarro-Valls By Inma Álvarez
Western Societies Deaf to God, Says Pope. Celebrates Mass on Munich's Fairgrounds
Western Society Missing Out on Great Resource. Vatican Official Urges Valuing Elderly as Contributors
Westminster Archbishop Calls on Guild Participants to Be 'Confidently Catholic'. 800-Year-Old Festival Held in Preston Celebrates Merchants' Rights To Trade
Westminster Archbishop to Head Episcopal Conference. Unanimous Vote Elected Archbishop Nichols
Westminster Archdiocese Establishes Redemptoris Mater Missionary Seminary. Neocatechumenal Way Founders Attend Signing of Official Decree
Westminster Prelate Urges Parliament to Learn From Aid Groups. Notes Their Experience at Front Lines of Economic Battle
Westminster Priorities Include Vocations and Formation
Westminster, Sistine Choirs to Join for Performance. Hailed as 'Momentous Ecumenical Occasion'
What "Humanae Vitae" Is Really About. Polish Priest Notes Its Focus on Human Dignity By Karna Swanson
What a Biographer of Joseph Ratzinger Is Expecting. Interview With Pablo Blanco
What a Catholic Should Expect From the Conclave. Interview With Belgian Bishop Andr?-Mutien L?onard
What a Concelebrant Must Recite And More on the Rite of Sprinkling
What a Fearful World Needs. Pope Extols a Key Virtue for an Angst-Filled Society
What a Theologian-Pope Tells Theology (Part 1) Interview With Archbishop Bruno Forte By Mirko Testa
What a Theologian-Pope Tells Theology (Part 2) Interview With Archbishop Bruno Forte By Mirko Testa
What Abstinence Education Gets Right. Interview With Chastity Speaker Jason Evert
What Aid From 1 Country Means for Caritas. Victims of Natural Disasters Receive Assistance
What are The Acts of the Penitent?
What are the effects of Confirmation?
What are The Effects of the Celebration of the Anointing of the Sick?
What are The Effects of the Sacrament of Holy Orders?
What are the Effects of the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation?
What are the Indulgences?
What Are The Many Forms of Penance in Christian Life?
What are the Signs of Confirmation?
What are the Three Degrees of the Sacrament of Holy Orders?
What Benedict XVI Liked About Lenten Retreat
What Benedict XVI Plans to Do in Spain
What Benedict XVI Plans to Visit in Bavaria. Trip Includes a Stop at His Hometown
What Bioethics Is and Isn't. Dentist-Turned-Priest Offers Insights on His New Field of Study
What Can We Do Now on Immigration Reform? Archbishop Gomez Offers 2 Suggestions as House Decides to Leave Aside Legislation
What Canadians Need to Consider Before Voting. Bishops Offer Guide on Key Issues
What Cardinal Ratzinger Was Thinking in 2002
What Catholic Women Want for Valentine's Day. Interview With Rebecca Ryskind Teti By Genevieve Pollock
What Christ Has Given Us Is Multiplied in Its Giving. Biblical Reflection for the 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time A By Father Thomas Rosica, CSB
What Christianity's Migration Means for Religious. Superiors-General Consider Impact of Cultural Changes
What Christopher Dawson Lamented in Modernity. Interview With Author Jaime Antúnez By Jesús Colina
What Comes 1st? Good Laws or Good Families? Interview With Father Cantalamessa By Mercedes de la Torre
What Comes First, Conscience or the Pope? Cardinal Newman Offers Well-Founded Answer By Father Juan R. Vélez
What Does It Mean to Be a Woman? Vatican Conference Commemorates 25th Anniversary of Mulieris Dignitatem
What Good Can Come from a Synod? Looking at Past and Present Memorable Moments By Father Thomas Rosica, CSB
What Happened to the Catholic Vote? Interview With Fidelis President Brian Burch By Karna Swanson
What Has Pope Francis Said About Confession?
What Is a Catholic University? Cardinal Arinze's Homily on Christendom's 30th
What is Conscience Anyway?
What Is Future of European Constitution?
What Is Good Journalism? Media Expert Says It's Communicating the Truth By Marta Lago
What is Interior Penance?
What Is Needed for a Bible Comeback (Part 1) Interview With Cardinal Albert Vanhoye By Father Lucas Teixeira, LC
What Is Needed for a Bible Comeback (Part 2) Interview With Cardinal Albert Vanhoye By Father Lucas Teixeira, LC
What Is Not True About the Good Friday Prayer for Jews. Scholar Points to Errors in Understanding
What is the Conversion of the Baptized?
What Is the Future for Iraq's Last Christians? Patriarch Laments That Exodus Continues
What Is the Holy See Doing at the UN? Father Lombardi: Archbishop's Address Reflects Vatican's Key Role
What is The Sacrament of Holy Orders in the Economy of Salvation?
What Is The Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation?
What is the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick, In Brief?
What is The Sacrament of The Eucharist Called?
What Is There After This Life? (Part 1). Theologian Father Paul O'Callaghan Discusses the "Last Things"
What Is There After This Life? (Part 2) Theologian Father Paul O'Callaghan Answers Questions on Death
What Is Work? Pope Invites Reflection
What Leaders in Other Faiths Say
What Lies Ahead for Egypt? Interview With Editor of "Democracy Review" By Emile Ameen
What Makes a Movie Catholic? Advice From Cardinal Newman
What Makes a Saint? Postulators Brief Reporters on John XXIII, John Paul II. Holy See Also Discloses Details on Tonight's Youth Gathering Ahead of Canonizations
What Makes Terrorists Tick
What Mass Really Means. Celebrating the Eucharist With Faith
What Money Means to a Christian. Book Explains Wealth in Today’s World
What Newman Centers Owe Their Namesake (Part 1) Interview With Oratorian Priest, Director of Newman Institute By Kathleen Naab
What Newman Centers Owe Their Namesake (Part 2) Interview With Oratorian Priest, Director of Newman Institute By Kathleen Naab
What Paul VI Said at the End of Vatican II. "We More Than Any Others, Honor Mankind"
What the Church Can Expect From the Next Generation. Survey: US Catholic Youth Are Relativists, But Eager to Learn
What the Church Is Doing at UNESCO. Holy See Ambassador Talks of His Mission, and Christmas as a Child By Anita S. Bourdin
What the Consistory Consists Of
What the Holy See Is Telling the UN (Part 1). Archbishop Chullikatt Explains Rio+20
What the Holy See Is Telling the UN (Part 2). Archbishop Chullikatt Explains Rio+20
What the iPhone Is Doing to World Youth Day. Interview With Communications Director for Madrid 2011 By María de la Torre
What the Islamic Riots Reveal (Part 1). Interview With Father Mitch Pacwa
What the Islamic Riots Reveal (Part 2). Interview With Father Mitch Pacwa
What the Media Missed in Sydney. Pilgrim Reveals Real Youth Day Story By Sophie Caldecott
What the Pauline Year Is All About. Events for the 2,000th Anniversary of the Apostle's Birth
What the Pope Is Up To. Secular Press Is Overlooking Jewels
What the Pope Said in Greccio
What the Pope Said to Women in US. Interview With President of Catholic Organizations Union By Miriam Díez i Bosch
What They Don't Know Might Hurt Them. Schools Infringing on Parents' Rights, and Doing It Secretly By Rebecca Oas, PhD
What They Don't Know Might Hurt Them. Schools Infringing on Parents' Rights, and Doing It Secretly By Rebecca Oas, PhD
What to Do About a Culture of Unbelief
What to Do About Pornography (Part 1) Interview With Psychotherapist Peter Kleponis By Genevieve Pollock
What to Do About Pornography (Part 2). Interview With Psychotherapist Peter Kleponis By Genevieve Pollock
What to Do With Africa's "Cancer" Synod Fathers Reflect on Bad Governance, a Few Solutions
What to Expect During Extraordinary Jubilee Year. Archbishop Fisichella Says Prisoners in St. Peter's Basilica With Pope May Be Among Holy Year's Events
What to Expect: The Coming Demographic Challenge Nations Without Futures
What to Look for From the Shroud. Interview With Researcher of Shroud of Turin. By Paolo Centofanti
What Use Are Miracles? Commentary for the 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time, By Father Raniero Cantalamessa, OFM Cap
What Will European Commission Do With 'One of Us'? a call to the EU to be consistent in its professed respect for human dignity
What Will Happen Once the Pope Is Elected? Proceedings From Election to 1st Apostolic Blessing
What Will It Mean to Have a Year of Mercy? (Part 1) Psychologists: Mercy Is More Than Theological Term; It's a Life-Transforming Reality
What Will It Mean to Have a Year of Mercy? (Part 2) Getting Ready to Forgive
What Will It Mean to Have a Year of Mercy? (Part 3) No One Is Exempt From This Need
What Women in Crisis Really Need. Interview With Former Planned Parenthood Leader Abby Johnson By Genevieve Pollock
What Would JPII Do? George Weigel Offers Insight Into Pontiff's Thought By Edward Pentin
What's Behind Liturgical Abuses? Interview With Leader of Traditional Mass Community By Alexandre Ribeiro
What's Behind the Franciscans' Tau Symbol
What's Bringing So Many Catholics Home? (Part 1). Interview With Campaign Founder Tom Peterson By Andrea Kirk Assaf
What's Bringing So Many Catholics Home? (Part 2). Interview With Campaign Founder Tom Peterson By Andrea Kirk Assaf
What's Come of the Pope's Letter to China? Theologians Assess Document After a Year
What's Happening With Israel-Vatican Relations. Interview With Father David Jaeger By Mariaelena Finessi
What's in a Face? San Marino Art Exhibit Considers Mystery of Man
What's Next for Jewish-Catholic Dialogue? Interview With President of Christian-Unity Council By Lisztovszki Tünde
What's the Point of a Christmas Tree? Pontiff Explains Symbol of Life and Hope
What's Thrilling About Chastity? Author, Speaker Considers Why Disdained Virtue Should Have a Better Reputation
What's to Become of Sudan? Some Fear Catastrophe, Others Hail "New Wave of Independence" By Paul De Maeyer
What's Unique About Christian Fasting. Cardinal Cordes Presents Papal Lenten Message
What’s at the Heart of Human Rights? Holy See Reminds the UN
When "Know Thyself" Becomes "Show Thyself" Researcher Analyzes Costs of Virtual Friendship By Genevieve Pollock
When 2 Deacons Are Present And More on Blessings and the Extraordinary Form
When a Baptized Child Enters the Church
When a Host Isn't Swallowed And More on Bishops' Blessings
When a Priest Lives in Public Sin
When Babies Become Commodities. The New Eugenics
When Bioethics Turned Secular. Interview With Physician Father Joseph Tham
When Celebrating Mass Alone And More on a 1570 Bull
When Charity Isn't Christian. Theologian Jutta Burggraf on "Deus Caritas Est"
When Christian Leadership Falls Short of Jesus' Ideal. Biblical Reflection for the 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time A By Father Thomas Rosica, CSB
When Clergy Are Corrupt, Uncatechized Suffer, Says Francis. States Materially, Spiritually Poor Bear Brunt of Political, Ecclesial Corruption
When Cronos Is Transformed Into Kairos. Biblical Reflection for 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time C By Father Thomas Rosica, CSB
When Debt Cancellation for Africa Isn't Enough. Interview With Ettore Gotti Tedeschi, Bank Executive
When Doctors Want to Kill Handicapped Newborns. Interview With Neonatologist Carlo Bellieni
When Faith Prevails. Gospel Commentary for Feast of the Exaltation of the Cross By Father Raniero Cantalamessa, OFM Cap
When I Pray ‘Father,’ It Gets to Roots of My Christian Identity, Says Pope
When Is Religion a Religion? Canada's Rights Laws Continue to Astound
When Material Wealth Is Not Enough
When Medical Care Gets Expensive. Economic Considerations in the Removal of Life Support
When Putting Incense in Thurible
When Reading the Passion And More on Masses for Non-Catholic Officials
When Satirical Cartoons Push the Limit
When the Child 'Ordered' Is Not the Child Received. How 'Money-Back Guarantees' Are Blotting Out the Vocation of Parenthood By Denise J. Hunnell, MD
When the Church Makes News. Pontifical Council President Looks at Media Impact of Madrid Youth Day By Jose Antonio Varela Vidal
When the Church Prays for the Poor, For What Do We Pray? "If the prayer we make for the poor does not move us to work creatively for them, we are doing something wrong."
When the Liturgy of the Eucharist Is Fast And More on Photo-taking at Mass
When There's a Medical Emergency
When to Celebrate?/1 The Liturgical Season (CCC 1163-1165). Column on Liturgical Theology; Coordinator: Father Mauro Gagliardi By Nicola Bux*
When to Celebrate?/2: The Day of the Lord (CCC 1166-1167). Column on Liturgical Theology; Coordinator: Father Mauro Gagliardi By Natale Scarpitta*
When to Celebrate?/4: The Liturgy of the Hours (CCC, 1174-1178). Column on Liturgical Theology; Coordinator: Father Mauro Gagliardi By Father Mauro Gagliardi*
When We Gaze Deeply and Directly Into the Light. Biblical Reflection for 4th Sunday of Lent A By Father Thomas Rosica, CSB
When Words Over the Host Are Repeated And More on Litanies at Weddings
When Work Takes Time From God. Canonization to Recognize Nun Who Sought Room for Virtue By Carmen Elena Villa
When You Get Up After You Fall, You Touch Jesus’ Heart,’ Pope Suggests in Chile
When Youngsters Request Confirmation And More on Starting Mass Without a Priest
Where Altar Crucifixes Should Face And More on the Easter Vigil
Where Charity Brings Converts in the Thousands. Interview With Bishop Palliparampil of Miao, India
Where Dialogue With Jews Is Headed. Interview With Vatican Aide on Jewish-Catholic Relations By Viktoria Somogyi
Where Disagreement Becomes a Death Sentence. Interview With Lawyer Defending Pakistani Christians
Where Human Rights Face Rough Seas
Where Is My Life Headed, Pope Invites Us to Ask
Where Is Religious Belief Headed? Young People Evaluate Morals: OK vs 'Dumb' By Father John Flynn, LC
Where Islam-Church Relations Are OK. Prelate Says World Can Learn From North Africa
Where It's Not Easy Being Christian. Web Site Details Christianophobia in Europe
Where Mary Is Believed to Have Lived
Where Rachel Weeps for Her Children. Conflict Is Forcing Women and Children to Flee Into Ethiopia From South Sudan: a Snapshot
Where Religious Liberty Suffers. Annual Report Criticizes Lack of Action By Father John Flynn, LC
Where the Church's Growth Is Fastest. Bishop From Northeast India Speaks on Christ's Appeal
Where the Spirit Blooms. Lectio Divina: Pentecost, Year C
Where There's Suffering, There's Mary. A Reflection for the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes By Mark Miravalle
Where to Draw the Line on Cooperating With Evil. What Would It Mean to Follow Obama's Health Care Mandate?
Where to E-mail Testimonies for John Paul II's Beatification Monsignor Slawomir Oder Named Postulator of the Cause
Where to Receive the Bread and Wine
Where Viaticum Arrives on a Dogsled. Ministering in One of the West's Last Missionary Territories By Pete Vere
Where's the Church? In Unity, Says Pope. Calls on Faithful to "Be Not Afraid" of Spirit's Transformation
Which Principle: Autonomy or Respect?
White Fathers Elect 1st African Superior. Father Richard Baawobr of Ghana to Lead Society
White House Announces Delegation Attending April Canonizations. Special Advisor John Podesta to Lead Delegation
White House Honors Family Film
White House Offers Obama's Summary of Meeting With Pope. At Press Conference, President Says They Didn't Speak 'in Detail' About Healthcare Law
White Rose. Martyrs to Be Highlighted at WYD. Initiative of Communion and Liberation
White Smoke, Black Smoke. How to Signal the Election of a New Pope
Who Are the Saints? Gospel Commentary for the Feast of All Saints' Day, By Father Raniero Cantalamessa, OFM Cap
Who Are You to Judge?
Who Brought Down Pius XII? L'Osservatore Director Blames Communists, Church Division
Who can Baptize?
Who Can Confer The Sacrament of Holy Orders?
Who can Receive Baptism?
Who Can Receive The Sacrament of Holy Orders?
Who can Receive This Sacrament?
Who Celebrates? (CCC Nos. 1136-1144). Column on Liturgical Theology; Coordinator: Father Mauro Gagliardi By Natale Scarpitta*
Who Decides What Is Best for the Patient? Cost Equations, 'Quality of Life' Ratios and Generalizations Threaten Real People
Who Gives the Pope Joy? In Morning Homily, Francis Explains the Gladness Certain Visitors to Casa Santa Marta Bring Him
Who Invented Marriage?
Who Is Boko Haram and What Do They Want? Nigeria Representative of Opus Dei Project Sheds Light on Jihadist Group By Edward Pentin
Who Is Choosing the Pope? Cardinals, Electors and Conclave Details
Who Is Jean-Baptiste de Franssu? A Closer Look at the French Financier and Family Man Now Heading the 'Vatican Bank'
Who Is the Bishop? The Pope’s Answers (Unabridged Translation)
Who is The Minister of Confirmation?
Who Is The Minister of The Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation?
Who Is This Jesus? Benedict XVI Reflects on News of the Birth of Christ
Who Receives and Who Administers The Sacrament of the sick?
Who Was Father Brochero? A Brief Biography of the Newly Beatified Priest Admired by Pope Francis
Who Will Vote for the Next Pope? On Feb. 28, There Will Be 117 Cardinal-Electors
Whole Diocese in South Sudan Abandoned. 'Ceasefire' Brings No End to Violence
Whole Human Family Offended by Crimes Against Migrants, Says Pope. Invites Faithful to Pray for Those Who Lose Their Lives on 'Terrible Journeys'
Whole World Readies for Mother Teresa's 100th Birthday. Celebrations Draw Missionaries, Nonbelievers
Whose Conscience? Which Religion? The Enemy Is Partially Us. Ruling on Health Care Needs to Be Judged in Light of Truth By E. Christian Brugger
Why 'No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act' Should Be Law. Bishops' Official Notes Consensus in Public Opinion, Legislation, Courts
Why 20 Nations Are Defending the Crucifix. Interview With Director of European Law Organization By Jesús Colina
Why a Swiss Bishop for the Unity Council. Archbishop Koch Reflects on New Appointment By Carmen Elena Villa
Why a Year for Priests? Vatican Spokesman Notes Objectives
Why Abortion Bans May Not Be the Answer Now. Clarke Forsythe on Judicial Strategies
Why Abstinence From Meat
Why Are the Media Fixated on Condoms? An Appeal to Focus on Negatives of Reckless Sexuality By Janet E. Smith
Why Are You Staring at the Sky? Gospel Commentary for Feast of the Ascension By Father Raniero Cantalamessa, OFM CapROME
Why Canon Law Can Be Befuddling. Speaker Notes Differences With Civil Law at 1-Day Seminar
Why Catholics Can't Mind Their Own Beeswax. Meditating on the Pope's Palm Sunday Question
Why Catholics Should Know About Science
Why Celebrate A Sorrowful Mother? Reflection for Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows By Mark Miravalle
Why Go to Church? How to Connect With the Unchurched
Why Go to Confession? (Part 1). Pastoral Letter of Archbishop Bruno Forte
Why Go to Confession? (Part 2). Pastoral Letter of Archbishop Bruno Forte
Why Go to Confession? (Part 3). Pastoral Letter of Archbishop Bruno Forte
Why Go to Confession? (Part 4). Pastoral Letter of Archbishop Bruno Forte
Why God's Silence? Pope Asks at Auschwitz "In a Place Like This, Words Fail"
Why Hating Is Too Easy and Forgiving Is Too Hard. Psychologist Considers the Reasons People Choose Bitterness
Why Having a Heart of Gold Is Not What Christianity Is About
Why in the Devil Does Pope Francis Speak So Much About the Prince of This World? A Reflection on Francis' Preaching on This Feast of the Jesuits' Founder
Why Is The Sacrament of Holy Orders Called "Orders"? IN BRIEF
Why John Paul II Didn't Resign
Why John Paul II Proclaimed so Many Saints. Interview With Cardinal Saraiva Martins
Why Kids Need Married Mothers and Fathers. Maggie Gallagher on Child Well-being Studies
Why Mary Appears Interview With Mariologist Mark Miravalle (Part 1) By Irene Lagan
Why No "Amen" at End of the Our Father And More on the "Pray, Brethren ."
Why No Chicken on Days of Abstinence. And More on the Day Lent Starts
Why No Litanies at a Wedding And More on Masses for the Living and the Dead
Why Pro-life Groups Were Excluded From U.N. Meeting?
Why Providing ANH Is a Moral Act. A Reply to Dr. Moore
Why Science Needs Catholicism. Condemning Reason Without Faith, and Faith Without Reason
Why so Fast? Prelate Asks Canadian Leader
Why Technology Needs Ethics. Interview With Cardinal Lozano Barragán
Why the Creed Doesn't Mention the Eucharist. And More on Mustum
Why the Creed Matters Today
Why the Pope Emphasizes Africa
Why the World Needs Salesians. Interview With Superior-General of Sisters of Don Bosco By María de la Torre
Why Time Magazine Misses the Point. Benedict XVI's Pontificate Is Marked by Reform and Renewal By Gregory Erlandson
Why Was the Pope Silent on the Armenian Genocide? Apostolic Administrator of Armenian Catholics in Jordan and Jerusalem Speaks on Francis' Recent Visit to Turkey
Why We Have Liturgy
Why We Should Address Jesus as ‘Thou’
Why Would the Leader in Embryonic Stem Cell Research Drop Out? Translating Theory Into Treatments More Difficult Than Expected
Why “Last Days in the Desert” Is So Boring
Widdecombe Warns About 'Small Scale Persecution' in UK. Says Discrimination Against Christians Will Grow if Not Resisted
Widening Hearts, Restoring Unity. Father John Zuhlsdorf Analyzes
Widow of Cuban Dissident Appeals for Outside Investigation Into His Death. Former Spouse of Oswaldo Paya Tells ZENIT She Has Proof He Was Murdered
Wife, Mother, Convert Shows Importance of Christians in Politics. Austria to Host Beatification on Sunday By Britta Dorre
Wife, Mother, Princess, Saint. Pope Reflects on Lessons to Learn From Elizabeth of Hungary
Wikipedia's Quest. Interview With French Wikimedia Treasurer Delphine Ménard By Jesús Colina
Will Ireland Be Christian in 2030? How Dublin's Archbishop Sees It
Will Married Priests Solve the Vocations Problem? The Dangers and Challenges of Changing the Church's Discipline
Will Pro-Choicers Respect Conscientious Choice? Cardinal Addresses Possible Regulations on Abortion Funding
Will the "Third Rome" Reunite With the "First Rome"? Recent Meeting Could Mark Turning Point By Robert Moynihan
Will the Christians of Iraq One Day Be Able to Live the Joy of Christmas?
William Fahey: Encyclical Has Message for Catholic Universities. Interview with President of Thomas More College
William May's New Career. Interview With Culture of Life Foundation Senior Fellow By C. Jeremy Lagasse and Jacinta Latawiec
Winners of Ratzinger Prize Announced. New Honor to Promote Theological Studies
Winter Storms Devastate Syrian Refugee Camps. Humanitarian Agency Concerned About Outlook for Displaced Living in Jordan
Wisdom and Christian Witness
Witchcraft Feared to Be Spreading in Angola
With Charity Comes Responsibility, Says Pope. Reflects on Importance of Fraternal Correction
With Festivities & Epiphany Just Ended, Pope Reminds ‘Christ’s Presence Gives Meaning to Our Life & Hope, Helping Us Look Beyond Everyday Difficulties’
With Freedom, Church Can Work, Says Pope. Lauds Taiwanese Respect for Religious Rights
With Open Eyes, Astonished and New. Lectio Divina: 1st Sunday of Advent, Year A
With Pope Francis in the Name of Unity. Bishops Friends of Focolare Talk About Their Meeting With the Holy Father
With Video Message, Pope Calls Faithful to Join Charity’s ‘Be God’s Mercy’ Campaign
Withholding Communion at Mass And More on Confirmation
Without Humility Prayer Degenerates Into Arrogance. Lectio Divina: 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C
Without Mercy, Society Erodes, Says Cardinal. Calls for Spiritual Reconstruction
Witnesses of Providence
Witnesses Recount Slayings of Pakistani Christians. Dominicans Urge End to Anti-Blasphemy Laws By Mercedes De La Torre
Witnessing vs. Arguing. What's the Best Strategy for Getting People to the Truth?
WMOF Dublin 2018: International Catecheses on Line for Families
WMOF: All 500,000 tickets Booked Out for Papal Mass in Phoenix Park
Wojtyla's Spiritual Children Meet
Wojtyla's Thought Inspires Academy. Interdisciplinary Group to Study Multi-Faceted Person
Woman Named Undersecretary of Justice and Peace. 1st Female to Fill the Post at the Council
Woman Postulator Isn't 1st Female to Hold Post. Religious Sister Led Cause of Brazilian
Woman Religious in India Gets a Teaching Award
Woman Renounces Her Claim to Be a Deacon. Says She "Made a Mistake"; Asks Forgiveness
Women and China Top Pope's Prayer List
Women as Masters of Ceremonies.Father Edward McNamara, LC
Women at Calvary Were Brave, Says Preacher
Women Decry U.N. Idea of Male Partnership. Respond to World Population Day's Theme
Women of the Early Church "The Feminine Presence Was in No Way Secondary"
Women Religious Aim to Build God's Kingdom
Women Religious Bring Christmas to Iraq
Women Religious in the New Evangelization (Part 1). Superior-general of the Religious of Mary Immaculate on Vocations and Formation By Jose Antonio Varela Vidal
Women Religious in the New Evangelization (Part 2). Superior-general of the Religious of Mary Immaculate on Vocations and Formation By Jose Antonio Varela Vidal
Women Religious Learn Media Savvy
Women Religious on Human Trafficking
Women Religious Prepare for Challenges. Assembly of Superiors-General Nears Conclusion By Carmen Elena Villa
Women Religious Stabbed to Death in Moluccas
Women Religious Superiors to Focus on Mysticism
Women Seen as Essential to Church. Flaminia Giovanelli Reflects on New Post By Carmen Elena Villa
Women Seen as Key to Africa's Transformation. Secular Institute President Calls on Laypeople
Women Theologians Gather for Congress
Women Theologians to Reflect on Vatican II. Council's Teaching on Mary Seen as Path to Reconciliation By Antonio Gaspari
Women Will Play Crucial Role in Sustainable Development Objectives. Vatican-Sponsored Conference To Take Place This Weekend
Women's Great Defender. Interview With Early Church History Scholar By Miriam Díez i Bosch
Women's Group Receives Canonical Status
Women's Ordination & Papal Teaching
Women's Role Between Work and Family
Women's Voices Heard at Synod Speak Against Injustice in Africa, Share Feminine Genius By Genevieve Pollock
Womens' Conference Assailed for Pro-abortion Tilt. Participants Say Ideology Overrode Focus on Health Care
Women’s Day: At the Vatican, Tribute to Believers Who Work for Peace
Wondering What It Looks Like to Be a Married Saint? Domestic Church Movement Is Providing a Model
Word Games and Power Struggles. Holy See Official at the UN Unveils Semantics Strategy By Sergio Mora
Word of God Moves History, Says Pope. Affirms Gospel Is Not a Myth
Words at End of Pope’s Final Mass in Mexico
Work and Prayer. Interview With the Prioress of Regina Laudis Abbey
Work Gets Under Way in Curia's Newest Council. President Says Europe Must Be 1st Priority By Carmen Elena Villa
Work of Mary (Focolare Movement) Founded Amid World War II
Work of Nazareth. Founded in 1960s
Work of the Church. Founder on Internet
Work Should Not Rule Man, Warns Pope. Presides Over Mass for Workers
Workers of the Last Hour. Lectio Divina: 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A
Workers' Rights Need Protecting, Says Holy See. Supports Universalized Labor Standards
Working Document Ready for Africa Synod. Pope to Present It In Cameroon Next Month
Working for A World Shaped by the Gospel. Letter by Bishops of England and Wales Before the Election
Working Paper of Word of God Synod That "the Church Might Rejuvenate Herself and Experience a New Springtime"
Working Reconciliation in Jesus' Land. Maronite Bishop Speaks of Being an Arab Christian in the Universal Church
Workout for the Soul in Search of God. Interview With Official From Ignatian Exercises Federation By Antonio Gaspari
Works of Love Express Faith, Says Benedict XVI
Workshop Leads up to Sunday's Synod Beginning. Pax Romana Preparing Document for Synodal Assembly By Chiara Santomiero
Workshop: Educating Young People about Love and Friendship Through the Classics
World Apostolate of Fatima Sees Status Upgraded
World Autism Awareness Day Message From President of Vatican’s Health Care Council
World Awaits Hope and Peace, Says Custos. Writes Christmas Message From Holy Land
World Bids a Farewell to John Paul II
World Celebrates Beatification of John Paul II, a Year Later. Student Reminisces About Polish Pontiff, Beatification in Rome By Ann Schneible
World Conference of Secular Institutes Concludes in Assisi. Annual Meeting Focuses on the Vocation of Lay Men and Women
World Congress to Renew Sacred Heart Devotion. Interview With Organizer, Father William Petrie By Genevieve Pollock
World Converges in Rome for Synod. Preparatory Work Reflects Universality of Church
World Council and Vatican to Study Conversion
World Council of Church's Statement on Ecumenical Consultation on Syria "We seek to work for national reconciliation and healing through building trust."
World Council of Churches Convenes in South Korea. Pope Francis Sends Message to Delegations Present at Ecumenical Meeting
World Council of Churches Ready for Ecumenical Dialogue Interview With Secretary-General Samuel Kobia
World Council Sees Common Concerns With Catholic Church. Especially Formation and Ecumenism Among the Young
World Cup Champs Postpone Papal Audience
World Day for Consecrated Life
World Day for Media to Focus on Truth
World Day of Migrants and Refugees 2018 (Full Text)
World Day of Migrants, Refugees to Focus on Children
World Day of Sick Celebrated Today in Nazareth
World Day of the Poor: “Let Us Receive Them as Privileged Guests at Our Table”
World Day of the Sick: Our Lady's Feast and Her Love for the Ill. Bishop of Lourdes on John Paul II's Spirit By Anita Bourdin
World Day of the Sick: the Message of the Cross. On the Charism of a Man Who Contemplated Christ's Suffering By Antonio Gaspari
World Day of the Sick: the Plight of the Mentally Ill. Advocate Decries the 'Ashes of Silence and Indifference' By Antonio Gaspari
World Day of the Sick: the Vatican's Voice. Pontifical Council President on Commemorating Health Care Ministry By Antonio Gaspari
World Evangelical Alliance Responds to Papal Apology With Its Own. Reverend Tunnicliffe Says Pope Reaching Out to Pentecostals Bodes Well for the Future
World Food Program Director on Lent "Feeding the Hungry Is a Profound Act of Love"
World Food Program Director Thanks Pope
World Food Program Praises the Pontiff
World Jewish Congress Lauds Pope's Holy Land Visit. Cardinal Bertone Affirms Church's Desire to Strengthen Relations
World Jewish Congress President: Catholic-Jewish Relations Have Never Been So Good. Praises Francis, Leadership of Popes Over Last 50 Years
World Leaders Attend Benedict XVI's Inauguration
World Leaders' Statements on Pope Francis' Election
World Movement of Christian Workers. A Place for Laborers to Meet
World Needs Ethics, Says Pope. Addresses International Theological Commission
World Population Day: What Is the UN Doing? Billions of Dollars Directed to Reducing Births, While Countries Face Aging Populations By Father John Flynn, LC
World Prepares for Upcoming Youth Day in Rio. Replica of Famed Christ Statue Tours Europe as Registration Begins
World Reacts to Election of Pope Francis. Heads of State and Religious Leaders Praise New Pontiffs Work with the Poor
World Reacts to Murder of Dutch Priest in Syria. Fr. Frans van der Lugt Remembered as a Man of Peace
World Reacts to Pope Benedict XVI's Resignation. Cardinals, Heads of State Applaud Pontiff's 'Courageous Decision'
World Religion Summit Closes Today
World Respects the Church, Says Cardinal Bertone. Notes How Its Contribution Is Valued By Kathleen NaabQUERETARO
World Tourism Day Message "The Church's task is also to educate to living free time."
World Youth Day '08 Logo Unveiled
World Youth Day Anthem Premieres
World Youth Day Handbook Available Online
World Youth Day Is a Living Reflection of the Dialogue between Young People and the Elderly
World Youth Day Leaders Meeting
World Youth Day Opens in Cologne. Cardinal Meisner Extends Invitations, Including One Heavenward
World Youth Day to Have an Ecumenical Side
World Youth Day's 500-Day Countdown
World Youth Day's First Steps. Cardinal Cordes Tells How It All Began
World's Bishops Support Madrid's Pro-Family Rally
World's Light Is Artificial, Jesus' Light Is Peace, Reflects Pope. At Mass in Santa Marta, Encourages Discernment
World's Oldest Student Is Baptized at 90. Embraced Christianity After Learning to Read Bible
World’s Young People Can Participate in Pre-Synodal Meeting in Rome Next Month
Worldwide Eucharistic Adoration Takes Place in Rome Cathedrals and Dioceses Around the World Synchronize to Year of Faith Event in St. Peter's Basilica
Worldwide Rosary Relay to Offer Prayer for Priests
Worried? Fearful? Solution: Go to Sunday Mass
Would-be Coadjutor Takes Helm After Bishop Dies
Would-be Immigrants Face Kidnapping in Mexico. As Many as 20,000 a Year Don't Make It to the US
Wounds of Communism Must Be Healed, Says Pope. Says Key for Romania Is to Recover Values, the Family
Wrist Injury Hasn't Stopped Benedict XVI. Aide Says Pope Most Misses Ability to Write
Writers' Contest to Pay Tribute to John Paul II. By Miriam Díez i Bosch
Writing the Pope. Monsignor Explains What's Done With Francis' Mail
Written Synod Interventions
WWII "Martyr of Reconciliation" to Be Beatified. Carmelite Priest Aimed to Be Love, Reveal Love, Give Love By Carmen Elena Villa
WYD and the West in Pope's Prayers for August
WYD Carries 100 Million-Euro Price Tag
WYD: Holy Father’s Speech at Saturday’s Prayer Vigil (Full Text)