Tamika Palmer, the mother of Breonna Taylor, weeps during a Sept. 15 news conference announcing a $12 million civil settlement between the Taylor's estate and the city of Louisville, Kentucky. (CNS/Reuters/Bryan Woolston)
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The Francis Effect podcast: Baptism, the Breonna Taylor settlement and Mass in Milwaukee

Amy Coney Barrett, controversial Catholic, re-emerges as potential Supreme Court pick

Election 2020: How seven climate-conscious young Christians are deciding their vote

Cardinal Luis Ladaria, prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, speaks at a 2018 news conference at the Vatican. (CNS/Paul Haring)

Vatican reaffirms opposition to euthanasia, warns such patients cannot receive sacraments

Coronavirus

COVID-19 robbed refugees 'of the little that they had,' says Salesian

Editorial

Editorial: It's too early to require Mass attendance during a pandemic

Opinion

Commentary

Character counts for Catholic voters

How will Ginsburg's death affect the election?

Accountability

Church's ongoing clergy abuse scandals recounted in new podcast

Vatican envoy's removal from India brings relief for some Catholics

Politics

Sr. Norma Pimentel is one of Time magazine's 100 most influential people of 2020

Trump courts Catholic voters at conservative-run National Catholic Prayer Breakfast

Vatican

True change requires input of everyone, not just the powerful, pope says

Vatican cardinal defends issuing fidelity oaths to Irish priest Tony Flannery

Parish

Latino Pastoral Leaders Initiative partners with Joliet Diocese

Charlotte Diocese opens college seminary to serve growing Catholic population

World

Hong Kong cardinal urges unity, trust in God during social turmoil

COVID-19 robbed refugees 'of the little that they had,' says Salesian

Justice

US bishops say 'enough' on federal executions

White Christians in the US helped build, sustain white supremacist nation, author says

EarthBeat

Lens on Creation: Solving problems upstream

Enfocando la Creación: Resolviendo problemas río arriba

Books

In Marilynne Robinson's fourth Gilead novel, grace gets the last word

Finally, a refreshing new book on millennials and religion

People

Sr. Norma Pimentel is one of Time magazine's 100 most influential people of 2020

Trump courts Catholic voters at conservative-run National Catholic Prayer Breakfast

Spirituality

Traveling light

Living Word

Theology

Vatican cardinal defends issuing fidelity oaths to Irish priest Tony Flannery

Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time: Carry on good works

Media

A strong and authentic human, feminist theme guides 'Mulan'

Book Review

In Marilynne Robinson's fourth Gilead novel, grace gets the last word

Let us be bearers of hope in the midst of pain and suffering

Q & A with María Soledad Gómez Navarro, historian specializing in the lives of Spanish sisters