Archive for October, 2016
The Catholic Church has more than its fair share of critics and detractors.
U.S. bishops are scheduled to elect the next president and vice president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops at their upcoming fall general assembly taking place Nov. 14-16 in Baltimore.
Emil Ferris’ extraordinary debut graphic novel tells the story of a young girl living Chicago in the late 1960s who is obsessed with horror films, a passion rooted in the fact that she was born with a facial defect that makes her resemble the Wolf Man.
In 1967 Los Angeles, a middle-aged widow who earns her living as a bogus medium and her two daughters, both of whom help with the act, find themselves dealing with genuinely supernatural events after they purchase a Ouija board, and the spirit they unleash takes possession of the younger girl.
Closing doors to immigrants and refugees is not the answer — in fact, it only helps encourage the crime of human trafficking, Pope Francis said.
Immaculate Conception parishioners Kayla and Matt Boesch had planned to welcome their first baby this fall.
Professing belief in the resurrection of the dead and affirming that the human body is an essential part of a person’s identity, the Catholic Church insists that the bodies of the deceased be treated with respect and laid to rest in a consecrated place.