• Dan Burke credits prayer for miraculous recovery

    A couple survived the coronavirus, but it was especially miraculous given the husband's lifelong lung condition. Dan Burke, a Christian author, was put on a ventilator and appeared to be facing a death sentence, but said God had other plans. He told Fox... Read more
  • Steven Greydanus: Holy Week is Almost Here, and I Have Coronavirus

    When the nurse practitioner said, “Your test was positive,” I almost involuntarily burst out, “Oh, thank goodness.” I had been fearing a negative result for days. I wouldn’t have trusted it, for one thing — I was pretty sure I had COVID, and that my lady Suzanne did as well,... Read more
  • “The nine hours I held my son were a lifetime”

    At age 26 and newly married, Emma Serrano de Pablo became pregnant with her first child, Pepito. His heartbeat was strong and his parents were immensely excited about starting their new family. After 16 weeks of pregnancy, however, the gynecologist diagnosed Pepito with a cranioencephalic... Read more
  • Finding freedom

    Deep inside the walls of Evin Prison in Iran’s capital city of Tehran, a team of officials guard as many as 15,000 inmates they deem some of the most dangerous offenders under the current Islamic regime. The charges include murder, rape, and theft. For nearly 300 days in 2009, the... Read more
  • Australia Mourns Horrific Death of 4 Devout Catholic Children, Family Inspires Thousands in Faith

    Although Australia was brought to a standstill after the heart-wrenching deaths of four devout Maronite Catholic children in Sydney – it was the mighty faith of the children’s families after the horrific accident that shook the world. The families’ heroic holy witness of... Read more
  • Confessions of a Former Freemason Officer, Converted to Catholicism

    In his youth, Serge Abad Gallardo joined Freemasonry with the conviction he could contribute to make the world a better place. He turned 24 years later to Christ, convinced he had been serving the wrong cause and, above all, the wrong Master. An architect and a former senior French... Read more
  • Embracing a Painful Cross: Priest Discusses His ALS Diagnosis

    For Father Dana Christensen, 43, of the Diocese of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, the Christmastime diagnosis of degenerative Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) was one that left him “immediately panicked and feeling like being emotionally kicked in the gut.” The Register spoke to... Read more
  • An Unexpected Miracle at Lourdes

    Our daughter died in my arms as we lay together in the emergency room bed.  In my grief, while holding her lifeless body, I was taken back to the baths at Lourdes, where we had visited just over a month before. My brothers and sisters, friends, and even strangers had paid for us to... Read more
  • No Greater Glory: The Four Chaplains and the Sinking of the USAT Dorchester

    In the early morning hours of 3 February 1943, First Sergeant Michael Warish nearly gave up hope as he floated helplessly in the freezing waters of the North Atlantic.  Just minutes earlier, he and the almost 900 others aboard the USAT Dorchester were near safe waters when a German torpedo... Read more
  • Rome hosts Tim Tebow’s “Night to Shine” special needs prom

    What most Italians know about proms, they learned from watching American sitcoms or dubbed-over versions of 90210. The "prom" is a uniquely American event. Still, Italians flocked to a prom in Rome Tuesday night - this one held for people with special needs, and organized by minor league... Read more