Cardinal Kasper is far from controversies for a change, and happily so

Cardinal Walter Kasper practically bounds down Borgo Pio as he heads to lunch at a favorite trattoria a few blocks from the Vatican, a broad smile on his face.

At Vatican summit, millennial Catholics have no vote but do have a voice

The more than 30 young adults taking part in a global meeting of Catholic leaders to discuss how to engage today's youth have been dismissed by critics of the summit as irrelevant, or insufficiently orthodox, or worse.

Facing scandal and division, U.S. Catholic bishops to hold unprecedented retreat

The Catholic bishops of the U.S. announced Oct. 23 that at the behest of Pope Francis they will meet for a weeklong retreat in Chicago in January.


Politics, culture or theology? Why evangelicals back Trump on global warming

Predominantly white evangelical Protestants often hailed President Trump's decision to pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement while Catholics, mainline Protestants and leaders of other faiths decried it.