VATICAN CITY (CNS) — A panel of theologians advising the Vatican’s Congregation for Saints’ Causes voted unanimously to recognize the late Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero as a martyr, according to the newspaper of the Italian bishops’ conference.
Things may be looking up for the homeless in Syracuse. Andrew Lunetta, executive director of A Tiny Home for Good, Inc. in Syracuse, has launched a new project that offers a housing model for those facing chronic homelessness.
No different from spiritual or physical fitness, financial fitness does not happen by accident. Now, with financial markets moving in nanoseconds rather than days, weeks and months, it is more important than ever to have a plan for pursuing financial fitness. While personal finances may seem complicated, it really comes…
ENDICOTT — Father Charles Currie would often ask, “How’s your life?” He really wanted to know how people were doing. The beloved priest, father and grandfather died Dec. 23 following
Danielle Cummings has been appointed chancellor of the Diocese of Syracuse, becoming the first woman and the first layperson to hold the position in the diocese’s 128-year history. Chancellor is the highest diocesan position open to women.
Preparing for death is never an easy subject to broach. Whether death comes as a shock through sudden circumstances or expected after a long illness, most people don’t feel comfortable
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Pope Francis condemned the killings of at least 12 people at the Paris offices of a satirical weekly newspaper Jan. 7 and denounced all “physical and moral” obstacles to the peaceful coexistence of nations, religions and cultures.
A dozen ways to live a better life this year Looking for a wise source to offer tips on living a better life spiritually and physically in 2015? Look no