As the Italian parliament debates whether to pass a bill to decriminalize assisted suicide, an association of Catholic doctors has emphasized that a dignified death “cannot take shortcuts.”
California health care workers who commit to providing abortions could see their student loans repaid and prospective abortion industry workers could receive scholarships, if lawmakers retain a $20 million proposal in the state’s new draft budget.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in a case involving the city of Boston’s refusal to raise a flag with Christian imagery in front of its City Hall.
Afghanistan has unseated North Korea for the dubious distinction of the most dangerous country in the world for Christians, according to a group that reports on global Christian persecution.
A Catholic health care system in Wisconsin is no longer including race as a factor in determining a patient’s eligibility for COVID-19 treatments.
He also named an apostolic visitor for Eritrean Catholics in Europe.
The 49th Annual March for Life is going on as planned on Jan. 21 in Washington, D.C. Here's what you need to know before you come.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ “9 Days for Life”, as the bishops once again encourage everyone to pray for an end to abortion.
Saying it “stands firmly” in support of legalized abortion, a Washington, D.C. restaurant has canceled a pro-life group’s booking for its annual “March for Life Breakfast.”
The March for Life Education and Defense Fund announced the speaker lineup for the upcoming 49th annual March for Life on Jan. 21.
The Religious Freedom Institute on Tuesday launched a committee to support political candidates who defend the free exercise of religion for all.
He said: ‘I invite everyone to join me in praying for these brothers and sisters.’
The reform process is entering a critical stage.
A Catholic parish in Colleyville, Texas, sprang into action to help the terrified families whose loved ones were taken hostage at a local synagogue.
Bishop Michael Burbidge of Arlington has prohibited baptisms and weddings in the Extraordinary Form, citing Pope Francis' new directive curbing the Traditional Latin Mass. A petition drive is asking Burbidge to reconsider.
The Day of Judaism was established by the Polish bishops in 1997.
A New York judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a former seminarian against the Pontifical North American College major seminary and its administrators, stating that the New York court does not have jurisdiction over the Rome-based seminary and its employees.
The candidates come from three continents.
Parolin has ‘very mild’ symptoms, while Peña Parra is asymptomatic.