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By Katie Yoder Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Mar 6, 2022 / 02:00 am A photo of an unidentified man hugging a life-size crucifix in Ukraine went viral across social media platforms as Russia began its full-scale invasion of the country. The image captures a quiet moment in the midst of chaos: A darkly-clothed …

by Katie Yoder Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Mar 5, 2022 / 02:00 am A Catholic Ukrainian journalist is documenting day-to-day life in Ukraine following Russia’s invasion of the country — and sharing her faith in God along the way. “These days, I fall asleep with the rosary in my hands and …

by Jessica Rinaudo With anticipation building for Sunday’s big game, Cincinnati Bengals fans are preparing to cheer and pray for their team at the Super Bowl this weekend. Among those praying is Father Tom Wray, Catholic chaplain of the Cincinnati Bengals. Father Wray has served as the Bengals chaplain for …

Most 13-year-olds stay busy with schoolwork, after school activities and social life. Ella Buckley, who attends St. James School in White Oak, is doing all of those successfully and has another achievement she can add to her growing list of accomplishments: becoming a published author. Buckley said she’s loved writing …

On July 3, 2017, my uncle Mark died suddenly and tragically. It was not a beautiful and gentle end to a long life. It was unexpected and painful. I’ll never forget getting the call that night from the police, informing me he had died. I’ll never forget driving my devastated …

My life is full of coincidences. Major ones. What do I make of that in light of faith?

by Joe Bukuras Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Aug 26, 2021 / 17:49 pm After praying to St. Gerard about fertility problems, Teresa Siemann got more than she bargained for with quadruplets, one of whom is Brian Siemann, a world-class athlete now competing in his third paralympic games. Teresa told CNA in …

“No! I don’t want to go to Disney World! I just want to stay home and have screen time!” My wife and I often feel like we are failing as parents. The house isn’t clean enough. The meals aren’t healthy enough. We don’t spend enough quality time with the kids. …

by Christine Rousselle Washington D.C., Aug 3, 2021 / 17:01 pm Although the Tokyo Olympics did not go as planned for Simone Biles, the Catholic 24-year-old gymnast made a triumphant return to competition on Tuesday and will leave Japan with two medals. Biles had been favored to win as many …