There are no African American saints. A lay Catholic group seeks to change that.

A lay Catholic group in Baltimore is pushing the pope to canonize six Black candidates. They also seek to change the canonization process to recognize the hardships African Americans have endured.

LA archdiocese sues local school district in dispute over allocation of federal funds

The Archdiocese of Los Angeles is suing the Los Angeles Unified School District, arguing that legal action is necessary to force the district to take the appropriate steps to restore federal funding for low-income and disadvantaged students who attend Catholic schools.

After last year's COVID closures, pilgrimages resume to honor Virgin of Guadalupe

It’s important for Catholics to be cautious, but not afraid, as they prepare to honor the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe a year after COVID-19 shut down the annual pilgrimage.

In a podcast, two Jesuit priests document their ministry along the southern border

After Strassburger and Hotop were ordained, the two are working together, having been sent to the Diocese of Brownsville in Texas to minister in the Rio Grande Valley along the U.S.-Mexico border.