- Changes to priest assignments announced
- Charlotte Catholic High School getting parking deck, stadium expansion
- Free gift at the Eucharistic Congress
- Catholic students to remain enrolled, despite Opportunity Scholarship court ruling
- Bishop Jugis confirms youth in Charlotte and Sylva
- 'Life in the Spirit' seminar set for Sept. 17
- Catholic recording artist Matt Maher headlines 'Celebrate Life' benefit dinner
Dr. Gerard Carter: Unaccompanied immigrant children: What you can do to help
Pope Francis has described their situation as a "humanitarian emergency." Elected officials and social commentators have taken strong positions that belie political affiliation. People of goodwill stand diametrically opposed in proposing workable...Read More...
Peggy Bowes: An apple a day keeps the doctor away, and five decades a day keep the devil away
My two passions are the rosary and healthy living, and my goal is to convince as many people as possible to care for their earthly bodies through proper diet and exercise while enriching their souls by praying a daily rosary. Yet as a busy working...Read More...
Father Robert Barron: The danger of soft atheism
A very instructive exchange between Gary Gutting, a philosophy professor at Notre Dame, and Philip Kitcher, a philosophy professor at Columbia, appeared recently in the pages of the New York Times. Kitcher describes himself as a proponent of...Read More...
Arts & Entertainment
Angelic Films, Catholic teens hope to help abolish abortion
'If I Can't See It' to premiere at 2015 March for Life youth rally CHARLOTTE — The latest work of a Charlotte area Catholic teen film club will be showcased during the 2015 March for Life Youth Rally in Washington, D.C. "If I Can't See It"...Read More...
France trip, Nouwen book inspire potter to create One Hundred Chalices exhibition
'Can You Drink the Cup?' OAK RIDGE — Eighteen years ago, artist Peter Strafaci took a trip to the Provence region of France to visit his daughter Christina, who was volunteering in a L'Arche community in Gordes. He had no idea at the time...Read More...
SJN parishioner uses personal experiences, photography to publish book of prayers
CHARLOTTE — A new series of visually appealing e-books written by a St. John Neumann parishioner aims at guiding and enhancing your prayer life. Louis Smith Jr. just published a series of e-books in June called, "Walking Toward God: Prayers...Read More...