Mass seeks St. Elizabeth Ann Seton's protection, intercession for nation's Sea Services
At a special Mass, members of the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Merchant Marines and Public Health Service joined others in prayer to thank St. Elizabeth Ann Seton for her protection and to ask for her continued intercession.
Missionaries of Charity serve people on 'the peripheries' in Indianapolis
In Indianapolis, four sisters of the congregation founded by St. Teresa of Kolkata have lived, prayed and served those in need in a poverty-stricken neighborhood on the near east side of Indianapolis since 2000.
Catholic sisters, organizations call efforts to suppress voting a 'sin'
Organizations led by women religious in the U.S. as well as other Catholic institutions denounced those who threaten democracy and efforts that make it difficult for some U.S. citizens to vote.
Seek silence amid noisy world, pope tells Capuchin sisters
The humility of silence can help Christians sift through the loud and divisive noise in the world in order to listen to and discern God's will, Pope Francis told a group of Capuchin sisters.