Archbishop Domenico Battaglia holds up the reliquary with the liquefied blood of St. Januarius on the martyr bishop's feast day Sept. 19, 2023. The announcement that the blood had liquefied was made at the start of Mass in the Naples Cathedral by Abbot Vincenzo De Gregorio. | Screenshot / YouTube channel Chiesa di Napoli

Blood of St. Januarius “completely liquefied” on Tuesday, His Feast Day

Sep 19, 2023

The blood “is not an oracle to consult and even less a city horoscope whose function is to predict misfortune or fortune for the city,” one archbishop said.

Meet Sister Bernadette, the Most Recently-cured Person at Lourdes

Dec 22, 2022

When she traveled to the small French town of Lourdes 14 years ago, Sister Bernadette Moriau didn’t know that she would be miraculously cured.

A stained glass window depicting Blessed Marie Rivier in the motherhouse of Sisters of the Presentation of Mary in France. Public domain

Pope Francis Approves Miracle Attributed to a French Nun Who Will Be Made a Saint

Dec 13, 2021

The miracle attributed to Rivier, who can now be canonized as a saint in the Catholic Church, involved the healing of a newborn baby in the Philippines in 2015.

An image of Blessed Irene Stefani Nyaatha, Italian-born Consolata Missionary Sister who ministered in Kenya and was beatified in May 2015 in Nyeri, Central Kenya.

At Fifth Anniversary of Sr. “Nyaatha’s” Beatification in Kenya, Leaders Hail Her Virtues

Nov 1, 2019

Five years after thousands of pilgrims from across the globe gathered in Kenya’s central town of Nyeri to witness the beatification of Consolata Missionary Sr. Irene Stefani Nyaatha, the first event of its kind to be held in Eastern Africa, the Archdiocese Nyeri has collaborated with Consolata Missionaries to mark the 5th anniversary of the raising of the Italian-born nun to the rank of Blessed.