Former members of Frank Pavone’s own organization and other leaders in the wider pro-life community have sought to distance themselves from him.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill April 20 allowing prisoners in the state to be sentenced to death without a unanimous jury verdict.
Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves this week signed into law several pieces of pro-life and pro-family legislation.
In honor of Mother Angelica’s 100th birthday, we look at her life growing as the only child of a single mother in Canton, Ohio.
The mayor of Minneapolis on Monday signed into law a new ordinance allowing the Islamic call to prayer, or adhan, to be broadcast on loudspeakers.
A bill under consideration in Washington state would allow licensed youth shelters to withhold information from parents about gender transition.
A representative of all eight of Florida’s bishops testified against the bill last month, saying that such a law would have far-reaching negative consequences.
Ben Ferencz secured the convictions of 22 Nazis for the murder of 1 million Jews during World War II. He spent the rest of his life advocating for human rights.
A statewide board in Oklahoma voted Tuesday to reject a proposal brought by the Oklahoma Catholic Conference to create a virtual, religious charter school.
“Even with our Easter hope so recently renewed, we have been quickly reminded that we still live in the shadow of the cross, the cross of senseless violence,” he said.
A Ukraine foreign ministry spokesman criticized a Vatican decision to have the words of two young people from Ukraine and Russia read Good Friday.
A group of over 3,000 Catholics in the Archdiocese of St. Louis hopes to stave off the merger of numerous parishes in the coming years.
Imagine many people’s surprise to discover that the image of the “Flag of Vatican City” displayed on Wikipedia has been wrong several times over the years.
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.