Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore apologized to abuse survivors and pledged to “do everything possible to prevent future incidents of abuse.”
Janet Protasiewicz was declared victor in a contentious race that could tip the scales against the state’s current abortion ban.
The Diocese of Madison clarified late last week that the Church does not endorse nor oppose specific political candidates.
Catholic schools in the United States have grown in enrollment for two straight years, reaching record levels in some dioceses.
Here’s what you need to know about the April 4 election, when voters will choose who will sit on the state Supreme Court for the next decade.
Pope Francis is exhibiting “marked improvement” after being admitted to the hospital Wednesday with difficulty breathing, which was later diagnosed as bronchitis.
A quarter of all Catholics say they now attend Mass less often than before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pope Francis will be hospitalized for “some days” after being diagnosed with a respiratory infection, the Vatican said Wednesday.
A new poll of U.S. residents suggests that certain traditional values have receded in importance over the past 25 years.
Pro-abortion protesters attempted to disrupt a prayerful pro-life walk in New York City on Saturday, in part by throwing garbage in their path.
Archbishop Claudio Gugerotti, prefect of the Dicastery for the Eastern Churches, invited Catholics to a donate as an act of solidarity.
March 25 marks one year since Pope Francis consecrated Russia and Ukraine to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
Archbishop José Gomez of Los Angeles will lead a six-mile eucharistic procession on Saturday through the city as part of the National Eucharistic Revival.
The U.S. bishops’ doctrine committee on Thursday issued a statement stating that newer methods of human burial do not show respect for the human body.
The procedures “do not respect the fundamental order of the human person as an intrinsic unity of body and soul, with a body that is sexually differentiated,” the bishops say.
Cardinal Michael Czerny called for universities to provide a “concrete, visionary, and courageous response” to the problem of environmental destruction.
Pope Francis was elected to the papacy 10 years ago, on March 13, 2013. How has the worldwide Catholic Church changed since then?
The governor is expected to sign into law legislation that says unborn babies are human beings and should be afforded the same rights as human beings — including the right to life.
State Question 820, which would have legalized the consumption of marijuana for adults 21 and over, was put before Oklahoma voters in a special election March 7.
A human rights group said the app is part of the communist government’s efforts to “strictly manage religion in a comprehensive way.”