Latest Roman Catholic Mariology Stories

2009-08-11 07:25:00

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, N.J., Aug. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Author Edna McGrew's second book, the biography "Herald of the Fatima Apparitions: John M. Haffert," doesn't debate the existence of miracles.

2009-08-03 16:24:00

Event will feature array of international celebrity speakers and entertainers PHOENIX, Aug. 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The biggest Catholic event of the year in the Phoenix area will be held at Jobing.com Arena in Glendale on Aug.

2008-09-15 00:00:10

By The Associated Press LOURDES, France (AP) - As millions of pilgrims do each year, Pope Benedict XVI drank water Saturday from the Lourdes spring famed for miraculous cures as he visited a grotto at the sanctuary he calls a "citadel of hope." A young girl in 19th century peasant costume handed the pontiff a glass of the water from the spring that burst through the ground 150 years ago when a local girl, Bernadette Soubirous, had repeated visions of the Virgin Mary.

2008-07-30 18:00:29

By Matt Russell, Post-Bulletin, Rochester, Minn. Jul. 29--LA CROSSE -- The pope, a Catholic spokesman here insists, is not coming to town this week.

2006-03-08 08:38:37

By Tom Heneghan, Religion Editor PARIS (Reuters) - The Roman Catholic pilgrimage shrine at Lourdes may introduce a kind of "miracle lite" category for sudden unexplained recoveries because modern medicine increasingly refuses to declare any disease incurable.

2006-01-18 07:12:03

By Philip Pullella VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Benedict said on Wednesday his long-awaited first encyclical will be published next week and that he hopes it can show Christians the proper relationship between erotic love and spiritual love.

2006-01-18 06:25:51

By Philip Pullella VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Benedict said on Wednesday his long-awaited first encyclical, which touches on charity and the relationship between spiritual love and erotic love, will be published on January 25.

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