This Friday, thousands will be marching in Ohio ahead of a vote on a constitutional amendment on Nov. 7 that proposes to enshrine abortion rights into law.
Maronite Bishop Gregory Mansour said the Synod on Synodality can be a “source” of progress for the Church in “deepening our unity” and servant leadership.
The alleged victim in the Wisconsin case was also the one in a recently dropped Massachusetts criminal case.
As the U.S. Church continues its Eucharistic revival, a CARA study suggests there is positive movement when it comes to belief in Catholic teaching on the Eucharist.
The report outlines a four-year investigation of the Archdiocese of Baltimore that alleges more than 600 children were abused by 156 individuals.
Cardinal Timothy Dolan said in an interview that President Joe Biden is not responding to his calls or letters about the “tragic, broken” migrant system in the U.S.
Bishop Joseph Strickland said if Pope Francis were to remove him from office he would respect the Holy Father’s authority but would not resign if asked.
Harris’ speech at North Carolina A&T University on Sept. 15 was part of her “Fight for Our Freedoms College Tour.”
Jonathan Darnel, 41, faces up to 11 years in prison, three years of supervised release, and a $350,000 fine after being charged with a FACE Act offense.
The founder of Word on Fire told the gathering on Harvard’s campus “the world is most itself when it has found a relationship to the supreme good, which is God.”
Planned Parenthood said it made the decision to restore abortion services after “consultation with attorneys, physicians, partners, and other stakeholders.”
All nine members of the Ulma family, who were murdered by the Nazi regime for sheltering two Jewish families, were beatified Sunday.
Pro Football Hall of Famer Tony Dungy took issue with the way ESPN’s “SportsCenter” described tennis player Gauff’s actions following her U.S. Open victory.
The trial of that day, and in the years that followed, uncovered a trial of faith for Deacon Paul Carris.
The trial follows the conviction of five of the defendants’ peers, who were convicted of conspiracy against rights and a FACE Act offense.
The ninth annual march processed through the city of Westminster in London and ended at the Houses of Parliament.
The $10,000 award was conceived to recognize and support individuals or organizations with bold ideas to best use for under-utilized Church property.
Hillsdale defines itself as “nonsectarian Christian,” but it has a thriving Catholic community.
The former cardinal’s eloquence made him a force in the Catholic Church. Now, his loss for words appears to have spared him from criminal prosecution.
Former cardinal Theodore McCarrick is not competent to stand trial on criminal sexual abuse charges in Massachusetts, a state district judge ruled Wednesday.