May 18, 2017  |  By ANNA MARIA BASQUEZ
FATIMA, Portugal. St. Jacinta’s “insatiable” thirst to sacrifice daily for souls and St. Francisco’s devotion to praying the rosary were on the hearts of pilgrims who joined more than half a million people to attend the May 13 Mass in Fatima, Portugal, during which the two children were canonized by Pope Francis. Pilgrims traveled by all modes of transportation — even walking sticks — from near and far to pay tribute on the 100th anniversary of the first of six once-per-month visions of Mary to three children of Fatima.
 
May 4, 2017  |  By KEANINE GRIGGS, CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE
VATICAN CITY. While searching for a connection today often means looking for Wi-Fi, Pope Francis said real connections between people are the only hope for the future.
 

Fatima at 100

Story of apparitions continues to attract attention
April 21, 2017  |  By JUNNO AROCHO ESTEVES
VATICAN CITY. While conversion and prayer are at the heart of Mary’s messages at Fatima, Portugal, the miracles and unexplained phenomenon that accompanied the events 100 years ago continue to intrigue believers and nonbelievers alike.
 
April 7, 2017  |  By DEACON RICK BAUER
In preparation for his review of “Strangers in a Strange Land,” Deacon Rick Bauer conducted an e-mail interview with Archbishop Chaput.
 

Four-year ‘encuentro’ process begins in the U.S.

‘Encuentro’ aims to engage Hispanics with Church in U.S.
April 6, 2017  |  By RHINA GUIDOS, CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE
WASHINGTON.  In Spanish, the word “encuentro” means encounter and in the modern church in the U.S., it refers to a series of meetings that will take place over the next four years aimed at getting to know Latinos and producing more involvement in the church of its second largest and fastest growing community.
 
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