Next July, 80,000 Catholics from all over the U.S. will gather in Indianapolis for a transformative encounter with our Eucharistic Lord. Together, we will ask him to revive our hearts, our Church, and our world, launching us into a new chapter of missionary faith. The National Eucharistic Congress will prove to be the Catholic event of the decade and a milestone within the National Eucharistic Revival.
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Statement Regarding Los Angeles Dodgers Honoring Catholic Hate Group
By Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann
May 31, 2023
Nun’s incorruptible remains highlight rich heritage of Black Catholics https://benedictinesofmary.org/srwilhelmina/ (OSV News) — The recent discovery of a Black American nun’s apparently incorrupt remains in Missouri highlights the rich heritage
Mass starts at 11am. The Chrism Mass will be celebrated in dioceses all over the world. The Chrism Mass is a public celebration and display of the unity of the
DECREE to Dispense from the obligation to abstain from meat on Friday March 17, 2023
As Archbishop Naumann says in his homily, “Your gift to Call to Share helps our Church bring the love of Jesus and the hope of His Gospel to many individuals and families who are our neighbors. As an Archdiocesan family, we can do what no individual or parish could accomplish on their own.” Watch and listen here.
Pope Benedict was a man of prayer and a true disciple of Jesus. His book, Jesus of Nazareth, is a model for Catholic Biblical scholarship.
The Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas will hold a memorial Mass for Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI celebrated by Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann on Saturday, Jan. 7, at 11 a.m. at St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Parish.