U.S. Bishops Respond to Misleading Claims and News Reports on Migration

February 28, 2022

In the photo above, a volunteer with a Catholic Charities’ Humanitarian Respite Center leads a group of Central American refugees to their center in McAllen,… Read More

Prayers for Ukraine

February 25, 2022

Bishop Felipe Estévez is calling on the people of the Diocese of St. Augustine to join Pope Francis’ call to a day of prayer and… Read More

Archbishop of Miami Celebrates St. Michael Parish 150th Anniversary

February 24, 2022

On Sunday, Feb. 20, Archbishop Thomas Wenski of Miami traveled to the northern side of the Diocese of St. Augustine to celebrate the 150th anniversary… Read More

Fla. governor, archbishop at odds over efforts to shutter shelters for unaccompanied minors

February 22, 2022

By Ana Rodriguez-Soto/Florida Catholic Media It’s a battle of propaganda versus facts, political posturing versus legal logic, Church versus state — with at-risk children in… Read More

Standing Up for the Dignity of All Human Life

February 14, 2022

Join Bishop Felipe Estévez for an exclusive online workshop regarding the church’s stance on the death penalty. George Doyle This three-week course begins Monday, March… Read More

Catholic Charities and Students Unite to Fight Hunger

February 8, 2022

(From left) Deacon Scott Conway, superintendent of schools, with kindergarten through eighth-grade students from St. Joseph Catholic School in Jacksonville, and Rebecca Aleman, director of… Read More

“Called to the Joy of Love” – National Marriage Week USA and World Marriage Day to be Celebrated February 7-14

February 7, 2022

Each year, National Marriage Week USA and World Marriage Day provide an opportunity for the Catholic Church to focus on and celebrate the vocation to marriage and family life. This year, National Marriage Week USA… Read More

International Day of Prayer for Victims of Human Trafficking, Feast Day of St. Josephine Bakhita to be Observed on Feb. 8

February 7, 2022

Photo: © Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk The International Day of Prayer and Awareness against Human Trafficking will be observed on Feb. 8, the feast day of St. Josephine… Read More

Knowing Black Catholic History Can Help End Racism, Professor Says

February 4, 2022

By Dennis Sadowski Catholic News Service | Photo Credit: CNS Photo/Gregory A. Shemitz The history of Black Catholics and other marginalized people in the U.S. Read More

Catholic Charities CEO Responds to Misleading News Reports on Immigrants

February 3, 2022

Anita Hassell, CEO and Diocesan Director of Catholic Charities Bureau, Inc. More than once now, Fox News has spread inaccurate information stating Catholic Charities encourages… Read More