Why the strong reaction? The abortion-selling ads include a passage from Scripture.
The president appeared to suggest — erroneously — that the Catholic Church makes exceptions for rape and incest in its condemnation of abortion as a grave evil.
Do church-affiliated universities and Christian moral codes have a place in higher ed? Critics of Seattle Pacific University, it seems, think the answer is no.
Blessed John Paul I did not serve as Roman Pontiff for long, but 10 other popes had shorter pontificates than he did.
Pope Francis’ representative at the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II will be veteran Vatican diplomat Archbishop Paul Gallagher, the Holy See press office director said on Friday.
Catholic Charities in Santa Rosa, California, has opened a new homeless services center opened to help families and others at risk of homelessness.
Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas, has signed a collaboration agreement to host a proposed medical school that aims to train medical doctors faithful to Catholic ethics.
Mark Haugen said he does not see a “viable path forward” to winning without the support of the Democratic-NPL Party, the North Dakota affiliate of the Democratic Party.
In a message to new British Prime Minister Liz Truss, Cardinal Vincent Nichols of Westminster pledged his prayers and support for addressing various crises.
The “beauty of the fall season” in many parts of the country is a great time to join Pope Francis in praying for God’s creation, the U.S. bishops said.
Venerable John Paul I was born Albino Luciani on Oct. 17, 1912 in the town of Canale d'Argordo in northern Italy’s Belluno province. He was the most recent pope to be born in Italy and the first pope to be born in the twentieth century.
When former Soviet premier Mikhail Gorbachev died Tuesday at the age of 91, the Cold War briefly returned to the news.
A federal appellate court on Friday blocked a push to force doctors to perform abortions or sex-reassignment surgeries.
The bishop of San Diego shares Pope Francis' passion for the plight of migrants, the homeless, and the environment.
A Michigan judge’s injunction against the state’s long-standing abortion law means no protections for the unborn.
The proposal would establish a “new individual right to reproductive freedom" and invalidate parental consent requirements and other existing abortion regulations, opponents say.
A Catholic charity with a longtime link to Uvalde has funded 30 scholarships so that students may attend the local Catholic school.
A Maronite Catholic archbishop was bringing aid back to Lebanon when he was wrongly detained by Lebanese authorities at the Israeli border, his supporters say.
Catholic leaders have offered prayer and support following the murders of four Muslim men in Albuquerque.
Consultants to the Vatican office tasked with judging possible saints have recommended the suspension of Capodanno’s cause, though his backers are appealing the decision they say is only preliminary.