We’ve already got a mixture of people and architectural and decorative styles — how does the new translation of the Roman Missal fit in?
Relics seem to be making a comeback. What’s a 21st-century Catholic to think?
Christians have been fighting with each other — and with Church leaders — since our earliest days. So what do we do today when we find ourselves disagreeing with the pope? Click here to read more
When the four Japanese soldiers burst into the mission chapel, only Antonia stood in their way. Now, 70 years later, she speaks to me of Lent
Catholic Digest has changed over the years, but the central mission has stayed the same.
From ancient Rome to today’s martyrs, let’s hear the saint stories worth telling and remembering.
Ghosts, like vampires, are growing in popularity these days, and many people believe ghosts are real. What’s a Catholic to think?
Whether a couple's been married one day, six months, ten years, or much more, the lessons of marriage are always the same.
More questions for Teresa Kettelkamp
In 1992 Mark Chopko, then the General Counsel for the United States Catholic Conference, sent a letter to Catholic Digest’s sister publication Today’s Parish about how the Church was responding to the clergy sexual abuse crisis…