Catholic News Archive
Both the Catholic News Agency and the Catholic News Service provide fantastic news coverage - but when it comes to sharing that news via Android app, which one truly impressed Allison Gingras? Read on to find out!
The Catholic News Service app provides easy access to Catholic news from a reliable source.
The Pontifical Council for Social Communications recently launched an updated version of the Pope App. In this week's Tech Talk, Allison Gingras revisits this favorite, informative, and fun App.
Friends, can you help a Catholic reporter who is working on two stories? Please let me know in the comments below if you, or anyone you know, might be able to help with a quote or story:
Vatican Radio recently launched its first ever app for both Android and Apple iOS. The app has three basic functions: Radio, Agenda, and News. The Radio section provides access to five Vatican Radio channels that stream 70
Editor’s Note: To help immediately support the families who have been impacted by the recent events in Japan, visit Catholic Relief Services. LMH I’ve watched the video of the water sweeping over the farms and sending the
Yesterday I saw the most wonderful article in the Boston Globe about the archbishop of Boston, Cardinal Sean O’Malley. He was sent to Ireland to represent the Church and offer sincere apologies with regards to the sex
There are 1.3 billion Catholics in the world. There are 67 million Catholics in the United States. Tragically, a staggering 70% of Catholics in America don’t regularly attend Mass on Sunday and 40% of the people in