“After a year of struggle and heartache, we can finally say our beautiful daughter and sister’s name in public without fear,” the woman’s family said Sept. 22.
A new Pew survey found that Americans are more concerned about their careers and friends than in having children.
Isabel Vaughan-Spruce has received a police apology and confirmation that she will not face charges for violating a local “buffer zone” protection order.
On Sept. 20, the Catholic Church remembers the many men, women, and children who died for their faith in Korea.
The video ad from abortion referendum backer Ohioans United for Reproductive Rights shows a man kneeling in prayer in what appears to be a Catholic church.
“I want to die trying to live,” the young woman told a psychiatrist evaluating her. “We have to try everything.”
As investigations continue to unfold, the bishops say they collectively “have chosen to listen rather than respond to every event and demand arising from the process.”
The Diocese of Cleveland issued policy guidelines on gender identity and related LGBT issues for its Catholic schools.
A three-judge panel on Monday sided with Catholic Healthcare International and barred Genoa Township from obstructing CHI’s religious displays.
The laywoman stood at the altar in ordinary dress, with two priests beside her. She extended her arms and pronounced with them the words of the Consecration.
The bill says California courts’ child custody decisions must consider whether a parent affirms a child’s “gender identity or gender expression.”
The National Health Service trust’s doctors ruled that she is unable to make decisions for herself and asked the court to approve a palliative care plan for her.
Father Nathan Brooks, 36, faces several misdemeanor charges filed Aug. 31 in Cortland County Court in central New York.
“All work, no matter what the work is, is essential,” said Father Sinclair Oubre, spiritual moderator of the Catholic Labor Network.
On Labor Day, the U.S. bishops call for economic policy and community advocacy to prioritize working families.
The USCCB statement linked the waters of Christian baptism to the waters of the earth, highlighting the source of life and well-being healthy waterways are for all.
Archbishop Dennis Schnurr warns that if the new ballot measure becomes law, it could harm women, families, and the unborn.
The Supreme Court will hear the case U.S. v. Rahimi in its upcoming session.
The American Catholic, who is being considered for canonization, was the founder of the Catholic Worker Movement and the Catholic Worker newspaper.
While state law mandates coverage of abortion and transgender treatments, insurance industry experts say colleges and universities may have options.