The English town of Glastonbury is home to a special tree — a hawthorn that blooms every Christmas and again in May.
On a chilly Christmas morning, soldiers from both sides of the trenches clambered over the barbed wire, arms raised, and shook hands.
Fire up your favorite streaming service, and there’s no shortage of Christmas movies for you to snuggle up with this year.
“This idea that any of this is permanent in terms of dismissal from the priesthood is simply incorrect," Frank Pavone said in an interview Monday.
This Saturday, Dec. 17, is a special day in the Catholic Church, though relatively few Catholics probably realize it.
ADF International says the appeal has the potential to overturn Northern Nigeria’s blasphemy laws.
Human rights experts decried the ongoing repression of the Church by Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega and urged additional U.S. action to oppose Ortega’s regime.
Hungarian President Katalin Novák visited Iraq last week, stopping at a majority-Christian town that has been rebuilt in recent years almost entirely with Hungarian support.
Fertility awareness methods enable women to track their fertile cycles by charting one or more biomarkers. Couples can use this information to avoid or achieve pregnancy.
After Caitlin Bernard disclosed she performed an abortion last summer on a 10-year-old Ohio child who was raped, Indiana's AG asked the state medical licensing board to discipline her.
The survivors are attempting to make public a recently sealed attorney general’s report that claims to chronicle hundreds of instances of clerical abuse.
The parish is suing the state over a court ruling redefining “sex” discrimination that they argue threatens the parish’s ability to hire people.
A judge in Baltimore this week ordered everything related to the release of a major attorney general’s report on clerical sexual abuse to be made confidential.
In Nigeria at least 60,000 Christians have been killed, many by their Muslim countrymen, over the past two decades.
“Immaculate” is not a word most people would use to describe the Mississippi River’s famously muddy waters. But Father Jacques Marquette was not most people.
State and local government officials agreed that Vermont’s exclusion of religious private schools from the program is unconstitutional and unenforceable.
Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita has asked the state’s medical licensing board to discipline the doctor who performed an abortion on a 10-year-old rape victim.
A Vatican spokesman said Wednesday that the Holy See has taken down its main vatican.va website amid an apparent attempt to hack the site.
The present bill would not require any state to allow same-sex couples to marry, but would require states to recognize marriages contracted in other states.
Pope Francis said his predecessor Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI was a leader in “taking responsibility” and responding with transparency to clerical sexual abuse.