This Week

Editorial

Letters to the Editor

What is Catholic News Service?

Catholic News Service (CNS), the oldest and largest religious news service in the world, is a leading source of news for Catholic print and electronic media across the globe. With bureaus in Washington and Rome, as well as a global correspondent network, CNS since 1920 has set the standard in Catholic journalism.

Student contributions sought

Archived issues

 

Click for ordering information

 

Click for ordering information

 

Vol. 91 No. 44 May 7, 2014

HOME AGAIN — For the third year in a row, a pair of Canada geese have made their spring home near St. Peter’s Abbey. (Paproski photo)

Diocesan News

 

Global food system in the hands of the few

Papal document a gift to the church

Holocaust remembered: SS killing units very efficient

Death anxiety a leading stressor

Keynote speakers talk about marriage

Santa Maria establishes foundation

St. Charles church sold

Need to teach world religions discussed

High school participated in Thinkfast

Way of the Cross held in Winnipeg

 

 


Canadian News

 

CMA takes end of life debate across Canada

Doctor writes open letter to Quebec premier

McGarry was a tireless worker for church

Priests discuss challenge of dealing with angry parishioners

 

 

 


International News

 

Cardinal Sean O’Malley on sexual abuse crisis: ‘There is so much denial’

Movement of Dinka fleeing South Sudan violence increases tensions

Archbishop says botched execution highlights brutality of death penalty

Vatican’s doctrine chief blasts U.S. nuns for disobedience

Congress plants ‘Anne Frank’ sapling at U.S. Capitol

 

 


Faith

 

In Exile

Liturgy and Life

 


Commentary

 

Around the Kitchen Table

Figure of Speech: 'a mother's ferocious love'

Are married priests next on Francis' reform agenda?

Building peace and a playground on volcanic rock

Generosity marked First Nations-pioneer relationships

Building the Future

Catholic Connections

From other sources:

Hans Kung knows church’s problems — and that change is inevitable

Climate change study finds U.S. already widely affected

Alcoholics Anonymous, without the religion

A botched execution: Clayton Lockett killed behind closed doors

The global sisterhood: nowhere and everywhere: by Joan Chittister, OSB

 


Arts and Culture

 

Screenings and Meanings

Books

CNS Movie Reviews

Lyrics and Life

Poetry

Meditation

Quote of the Week

 

 

 

The Web Prarie Messenger

 

HomeArchiveSubmitStaffLinksSubscribeAdvertiseDonateAbout Us 2009 Prairie Messenger