As we celebrate this Fourth of July we remember all of those who deserve thanks for making and preserving our nation as a place of freedom, peace, and prosperity. Meriting special praise are those who have served in America’s armed forces—none more so than the many Catholic chaplains who have offered sacraments, solace, and support to the men and women in uniform. Read more...
Sheen cause stalled by diocesan dispute
US bishops marking 50-year legacy of Civil Right Movement
Obit: Cardinal Edmund Szoka, 86
Notre Dame receives rare Carey-published "Badin Bible"
Sister Blandina's cause opened
New book K. Schmiesing, ed., Catholicism and Historical Narrative: A Catholic Engagement with Historical Scholarship
New book J. Macguire, ed., The Catholic William F. Buckley, Jr.
St. Louis Catholic history symposium, 11/14
New book J. Bonner, M.B. Fraser Connolly, C. Denny, eds., Empowering the People of God: Catholic Action before and after Vatican II
Conference, 10/14: Jesuits and the American Experience
This Week in Catholic History on Sacred Heart radio