Bishop Jugis dedicates new apartment home in Charlotte Aug. 25Read the Full Story
- Teens 'set the world on fire' through St. Peter Church Summer Service Week
- Concert honors former music director at IHM
- Diocese revises policy to protect minors
- Priests talk Revelation during annual convocation in Asheville
- St. Matthew teen part of social media campaign for Pope Francis' U.S. visit
- Life Teen hosts regional Empower training at St. Matthew Church
- Women's center aims to offer abortion-minded women a better choice
Dr. Kamila Valenta: Cuba, other post-Communist countries need evangelization
Thanks to the hard work of diplomats, politicians, and the Catholic Church, the relationship between the United States and Cuba has recently warmed up and the two countries established diplomatic relations for the first time in 54 years. After...Read More...
The Poor Clares: Reflections on the Year for Consecrated Life: Ora et labora: Active, contemplative vocations
If you search a list of Catholic religious orders, institutes and congregations, you will likely be amazed at the number of charisms present in consecrated life. That is a reflection of the multifaceted beauty of our Church and the inexhaustible...Read More...
Fred Gallagher: Grieving as a Catholic
In my professional life I have written on grief and the grieving process. A few months ago my younger brother lost his wife tragically. I see his grief circulating through him daily and I am amazed at his fortitude and his faith in the face...Read More...
Arts & Entertainment
Our Lady of Lourdes college student illustrates children's book
MONROE — Zuleyma Castrejon is a gifted young artist who wants to use her artistic talents to serve God by serving others. Castrejon has been a parishioner at Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Monroe since her parents, Severiano and Esmeralda,...Read More...
Catholic convert pens 'Manual for Spiritual Warfare'
CHARLOTTE — He is an internationally known speaker, author and journalist who now serves as the editor of Charlotte-based TAN Books, but Dr. Paul Thigpen was not always Catholic, or even a practicing Christian. In his teenage years, Thigpen...Read More...
'Good is Winning' social media effort gears up for Pope Francis' visit
Wanted: Millennials for digital evangelization gig CHARLOTTE — A broad social media project that aims to engage with young people during Pope Francis' visit this fall to the United States has its roots in the Diocese of Charlotte. Kathleen...Read More...