When the Ursuline Sisters of Paola make that final trip to Mount Saint Joseph in Maple Mount, Ky., late this spring, not all of the Paola Sisters will be traveling with them.
There was a time when people were so afraid of going to Communion when at Mass that they, well, just didn’t.
On a cold winter evening in 1838, a young, gangly state representative rose to address the Young Men’s Lyceum in Springfield, Ill.
In my previous column I pointed out that President Obama had undertaken a series of actions that could broadly expand the culture of death.
At one time, Catholics were commonly known as “fish-eaters,” from their practice of eating fish on Fridays.
Did you know that your fingernails can indicate if you’re suffering from a serious disease?
She wanted to join the Ursuline Sisters of Paola, a teaching order.
The Ursuline Sisters of Paola may be leaving the archdiocese, but the work of their founder will be continued here, by the more than 100 Ursuline Associates they leave behind.
The Sisters of Mount Saint Joseph look forward to the arrival of the new members to their community.
Notre Dame’s action is inconsistent with its Catholic identity and harmful to the efforts of the church to advocate for the protection of innocent, preborn human life.