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The Church doesn't need couch-potato Catholics, it needs believers with "apostolic zeal," willing to preach the uncomfortable words of Christ, Pope Francis said.
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St. Laura Montoya, who died in 1949 after a career spent working with poor indigenous Colombians, was canonized May 12 and became the first Colombian saint.
Deacon Carlos Nunez knows firsthand what it means for God's strength to be made perfect through human weakness.
As a young boy growing up in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Luan Vu used to dream of becoming a priest. He yearned to wear their priestly garb and do what priests do.
Religious women have seen their vocations change dramatically over the years. They have gone from running large institutions such as hospitals, fine art academies, schools and retreat houses to more modest ministries such as working with immigrants, abused women and inner city poor.
Sister Jennifer Kane is a living conversion story, who has gone, she said, from "bombs to Bibles."
Paul Jang Han Goo remembers the first time he fell in love. He was at Mass in a Seattle church and realized he wanted to spend the rest of his life serving the Lord.
It's easy for Jesuits to say (as they do), "Find God in all things." It's harder to photograph God in all things. Award-winning Jesuit photojournalist Father Don Doll never took that challenge lightly.
TORONTO – Salt + Light TV is collaborating with Chinese Catholic media to reach Chinese audiences in Canada and beyond.
Young people carry the World Youth Day cross during its arrival in Icarai beach in Niteroi, Brazil, May 19.