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.”
“We’re there to pray and offer help if somebody wants the help, if they come up to us,” Robert Colquhoun of 40 Days for Life told Sky News.
Catholic organizations in the U.S. have quickly mobilized to welcome political exiles from Nicaragua, but more must be done, Archbishop Timothy Broglio says.
A synagogue, church, and mosque sit opposite a secular visitor pavilion in an interfaith complex meant to encourage goodwill and understanding.
Six lectures of Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger were almost lost forever. But now, they have been collected in a new Ignatius Press book.
A significant minority of Americans would favor genetic screening of embryos simply to boost their child’s chance to attend an elite university, a new survey indicates.
The judge acknowledged that attorneys for the Catholic Diocese of Portland raised “serious” constitutional concerns in their legal challenge.
“This miscarriage of justice will not be forgotten,” USCIRF Commissioner Frederick A. Davie said Feb. 14.
Pro-life advocates who visited the museum last month have filed a lawsuit charging that museum staff told them to remove any pro-life clothing or leave.
Police charged the Catholic priest with “intimidating service users” of the abortion clinic.
The Church of England’s governing body has voted to bless same-sex couples while leaving unchanged the definition of marriage as between a man and a woman.
A teacher at a Catholic school in Denver was fired after the archdiocese learned of her same-sex relationship, which violated the conduct code she had signed.
A Spokane County judge ruled in December that the “Church at Planned Parenthood” repeatedly violated state law.
Isabel Vaughan-Spruce says the charges still could be revived, leaving her in an ambitious legal situation.
Civic leaders, friends, and members of Cardinal George Pell’s family remembered the Australian cardinal’s dedication to the Church.
Twelve students from Our Lady of the Rosary School in Greenville, South Carolina, visited the Air and Space Museum after the Jan. 20 March for Life.
Students who attend Iowa Catholic schools will soon get a financial boost of nearly $7,600 per year.