Chapel ministers to souls who visit, live amid Grand Canyon splendor

One of America's smallest parishes is uniquely situated inside one of its greatest natural wonders. 

Miami archdiocese calls for prayers, prepares to help hurricane victims

Eco Catholic: With Hurricane Matthew approaching, Miami Archbishop Thomas Wenski asked all South Florida parishes to include prayers for those affected in their daily Masses in the days ahead.

Miami archbishop: Lawsuit needed to see HHS mandate overturned

The Miami Archdiocese has joined the 50 or so other Catholic entities that have filed a lawsuit against the contraceptive mandate.

Latino Catholic leaders exhorted to 'lead society to conversion'

MIAMI - Hispanic business leaders from across the country were repeatedly called to "be different from the world around us" during the seventh annual meeting of CALL -- the Catholic Association of Latino Leaders -- held Aug. 24-26 in Miami.

The high-powered group, with 148 members and 10 chapters nationwide, was joined by an equally high-powered roster of bishops and speakers, including Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, papal nuncio to the U.S.; Cardinal Sean P. O'Malley of Boston; Archbishop Jose H. Gomez of Los Angeles; Archbishop Charles J. Chaput of Philadelphia; Archbishop Thomas G. Wenski of Miami; and Carl Anderson, supreme knight of the Knights of Columbus.

Gomez, who serves as the group's episcopal moderator and was among the founders of CALL when he was auxiliary bishop of Denver, set the tone for the meeting with his opening remarks, when he said "America is becoming a society where religious conviction is a cause for suspicion."