The meeting of global Anglicans voiced no confidence in Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and called on him and the Church of England to repent of their decision.
During Holy Week, the police arrested at least 15 Nicaraguans who were mostly faithful Catholics and critics of the regime.
The bishops said it is “inhumane” to provide taxpayer-funded abortion as “a so-called solution to pregnancy.”
The criminal complaint filed in Wisconsin this week against former cardinal Theodore McCarrick was revealed to have come from James Grein.
A federal judge granted a pro-life health care clinic a temporary exemption from Colorado’s first-in-the-nation ban on the abortion pill reversal regimen.
Catholic and pro-life leaders lamented Colorado Gov. Jared Polis’ final approval of three strongly pro-abortion bills on Friday.
The U.S. Catholic bishops have praised a federal court’s action to restore limits on the use of the abortion drug mifepristone.
Here is what was on the minds of Catholics who participated in the North American phase of the Catholic Church’s synodal process.
The Canadian government released new guidance for doctors that critics say will do more harm than good.
Florida lawsuits may uncover more details about the radical pro-abortion group, with alleged perpetrators facing substantial legal penalties.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards, citing “pro-life values,” has called on lawmakers to end the state’s death penalty in the upcoming legislative session.
The Maryland medical center was sharply criticized by Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio for not renewing its contract with a local Franciscan friary.
Pope Francis and other Christian leaders called for prayer and a rededication to the peace secured in Northern Ireland by the Good Friday Agreement of 1998.
A trailer for the “Trinidad” series describes Sister Blandina Segale as “an unsung hero of the West who never carried a gun.”
The states join 11 others that have made it illegal to provide cross-sex hormone therapies, puberty blockers, and more to those under age 18.
The leaders of Cornell University have rejected a student resolution advocating that the university mandate “content warnings for traumatic content in the classroom.”
Some churches, funeral processions, and public gathering venues have become “targets of attack,” lamented the group of Catholic, Orthodox, and Protestant leaders.
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.”