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Topic - Catholic News Agency
The Catholic News Agency (CNA) is a provider of news related to Catholicism to an English speaking audience worldwide. It is headquartered in Denver, Colorado. - Source: Wikipedia
The Broncos will have God on their side during the Super Bowl — at least as far as the Catholic Archbishop of Denver is concerned.
Military members around the world who align with the Catholic faith may have to go without Sunday Mass services, due to the government shutdown and the subsequent ban on contract priests on bases.
The mysterious "angel priest" who anointed a woman in her wrecked car last weekend has come forward as Father Patrick Dowling, of the Diocese of Jefferson City, Catholic News Agency reported.
An estimated 200 homeless dined at the Vatican on July 1, at the special invitation of Pope Francis. They were served by Cardinal Giuseppe Bertello, in the name of the pope, Catholic News Agency reported.
Pope Francis exhorted the faithful in a Tuesday homily to love one's enemy — even when the enemy is a terrorist who blows up other people.
A man in Grand Rapids, Mich., saw a building that performed abortions for over a decade and helped turn it into a thriving pro-life headquarters.
Pope Francis in remarks at the chapel of St. Martha's House said gossip is a sin, a slap in the face of Jesus, and those who claim to be followers of the faith should stop being "nosy" and mind their own business.
Pope Francis marked the feast of Saint Joseph the Worker by preaching that men should be served by their work, not the other way around.
Banning guns builds a "culture of life" and lawmakers must consider more clampdowns, not less, said one Catholic Church bishop in California in a written petition to U.S. senators.
Students and parishioners are rallying behind a Catholic priest at George Washington University after two gay students said they wanted him removed for supporting the church's stance on homosexuality.
Members of the Vatican's bioethics advisory panel have called for its board to resign after scientists who don't support core church teaching on issues like birth control and infertility were featured at its annual conference.