A parish in Queens, New York is raising funds to repair its statue of Mary, which was found knocked over and split in half on May 28.
Those who were sexually abused as adults would be given a one-year window in which to sue perpetrators and institutions, even if the statute of limitations has expired, under a bill being considered in New York.
A pro life organization in Toledo, Ohio, purchased a parking lot across the street from a local abortion clinic in February, in anticipation of a local prohibition on sidewalk counseling.
Six days a week on busy Washington Street in Norwood, Massachusetts, barber Elias Elsayah can be found clipping hair and changing lives.
A Catholic author says his new book on the “wisdom of tradition” is meant to be an antidote to a false notion of human freedom.
A former Catholic school teacher in Michigan donated $1.1 million to create an endowment for local Catholic schools, the Jackson Catholic Schools district announced on May 6.
During the night of May 2-3 a statue of Christ at a Massachusetts parish was decapitated.
A Catholic bioethicist has repeated his objection to the Biden administration’s decision that the National Institutes of Health no longer needs an ethics board’s approval before awarding funding to researchers who will use fetal tissue obtained from elective abortions.
College football is an intense competition that challenges young men to push their abilities to the limits. Catholic University of America Head Football Coach Mike Gutelius takes this challenge to a whole new level by training his players in philosophy.
The Catholic apostolate Courage International will be focusing its upcoming annual conference on St. Joseph, under the theme “St. Joseph: Model of Courageous Love.”
Citizens in Lubbock, Texas voted this past weekend to declare the city a “Sanctuary City for the Unborn,” drawing praise from the diocese’s bishop.
The archdiocese of Atlanta announced an end date to the general dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass. While a narrower exemption for at-risk groups will remain, the broad dispensation will expire on May 22, 2021, the vigil of Pentecost.
Prominent Catholics are passionately responding to a recent Washington Post tweet which said “A rising group of right-wing U.S. Catholic bishops is colliding with a very Catholic president who supports abortion rights."
The dioceses of Albany and Ogdensburg and other Catholic and Christian ministries last week asked the U.S. Supreme Court to hear their case against New York’s abortion coverage mandate.
Two parishes in the Diocese of Sacramento suffered similar acts of vandalism in the past two weeks.
A federal judge has said the names of priests accused of sexual abuse in the Diocese of Rochester cannot be kept confidential during the diocese’s bankruptcy proceedings.
A Canadian court upheld this week part of a Quebec law that bans government employees from wearing religious symbols at work.
The American Humanist Association on Monday withdrew an award from Richard Dawkins for his position against gender theory.
“The Catholic Church has a deep and cherished commitment to give voice to the child in the womb and to support mothers in choosing life for their unborn children.”
This past week, the Archdiocese of Boston released its new vocation discernment initiative, Scivias, designed to bring vocational guidance to a COVID-19 online world.