- Former Tryon deacon dies aged 74
- Opportunity Scholarship loss impact uncertain on diocesan schools
- New chapel, ministry office blessed at St. Vincent de Paul in Charlotte
- Mass for peace in Iraq and the Middle East held at St. Mark Church
- Healing prayer service planned for Aug. 28 at St. Matthew Church
- St. John Korean Church pastor grateful for pope's visit to South Korea
- 'Forward in Faith, Hope, and Love' campaign drawing to successful close
Deacon James H. Toner: Don't follow your conscience
"The worst thing in the world is not sin; it is the denial of sin by a false conscience." — Servant of God Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen"
Don't follow your conscience"? Isn't that about as "unCatholic" as anyone can get? After all, it...
Fred Gallagher: A letter to our last one off to college
Dear Son, Your mother and I have done this before but you're the last one to leave, and that means the nest will be empty. We are not the kind to jump for joy when we finally have the house to ourselves. We are the kind to mourn the empty rooms....Read More...
Joseph McCullough: Harboring the children
In Washington, D.C., and all along the U.S.-Mexico border a passionate debate rages concerning the plight of unaccompanied child migrants who are flooding into our country. What in past years was a small but steady stream of refugees escaping...Read More...
Arts & Entertainment
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...
Film 'Mary of Nazareth' now available for parish, school screenings
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Viewing the movie "Mary of Nazareth" at a parish or school screening will enable Catholics to have a greater and a more profound understanding of the mother of God, said Anthony Ryan, director of sales and marketing for...Read More...
Story line of new film revolves around priest-hero, challenges he faces
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Director John Michael McDonagh and actor Brendan Gleeson challenged each other. Gleeson had just completed acting a lead role in McDonagh's first feature film, "The Guard." McDonagh challenged Gleeson, "If I write a script...Read More...