The Biden administration seeks to rescind the “equal campus access” provisions of the Trump administration’s 2020 Religious Liberty and Free Inquiry Rule.
A statewide New York Eucharistic Congress will take place Oct. 20-22 at Our Lady of Martyrs Shrine in Auriesville, New York.
The International Association of Exorcists says the film seems to fall under the category of “splatter cinema,” which it calls a “sub-genre of horror.”
Some forms of contraceptive use have “a significant increase in risk of breast cancer,” a new study says.
Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades of Fort Wayne-South Bend said the event provided an abortion facilitator “a platform for unanswered pro-abortion activism.”
The bishop told the faithful he is giving “strong consideration” to filing for bankruptcy in order to respond to hundreds of lawsuits.
Catholic bishops in the United Kingdom said a new law criminalizing prayer and outreach outside abortion clinics discriminates against people of faith.
The diocese has been named in more than 400 lawsuits filed from August 2019 to August 2021 under the Child Victims Act of 2019.
The wife’s friends allegedly conspired with her “to murder her unborn child with illegally obtained abortion pills.”
The Catholic Diocese of Santa Rosa in northern California said on Monday that it will file for bankruptcy due to a spike in child sexual abuse lawsuits.
Referring to the report’s use of material taken from communist secret police files, the resolution said it was “an attempt to discredit John Paul II using material that even the communists did not dare use.”
The proposed requirement would be practically “nearly impossible to meet” for Catholic clergy, the Diocese of Wilmington has said.
Britain’s House of Commons approved legislation Tuesday to create “buffer zones” around abortion facilities that would prohibit silent prayer.
A group of Catholic bishops will visit San Quentin Prison’s death row inmates on Tuesday.
Critics say the series conflicts with university policy requiring the presentation of Catholic teaching at such events.
The study found that there are fewer new vocations in large dioceses where priests do not have a chance to get to know their parishioners.
A priest of the Archdiocese of Detroit has been sentenced for the rape of an elementary student at the Catholic school attached to the parish he served as pastor.
Leaders of the pro-life doctors’ group arrived at the conference in Maryland only to be told that their exhibit booth had been canceled.
The Diocese of San Diego has rejected a lawsuit’s allegations that it restructured diocesan properties to hide assets from sexual abuse victims.
The “essential words” of the priest’s absolution formula have not been changed, but there are “two minor modifications to the preliminary part of the prayer.”