Americans see more jingle, less Jesus in Christmas celebrations

If there ever was a "war on Christmas" in America, Santa may have won.

Religion scholars turn activist in the shadow of Trump

As nearly 10,000 scholars of religion and the Bible shuttled among 300 sessions at a conference here last weekend, Donald Trump dominated the agenda.

California's End of Life Option law: More peaceful deaths or moral quicksand?

California implements June 9 a law, passed in 2015, making physician-assisted dying accessible to the terminally ill.

Biden and Boehner, teary and grateful, receive high Catholic honor

Vice President Joseph Biden and former Speaker of the House John Boehner received the University of Notre Dame's Laetare Medal at the commencement ceremony on May 15.