Kidnapping in Haiti prompts worries about other church workers' safety

Christian missionaries and family members, some as young as 8 months old, were still being held for ransom in Haiti. Other charities and religious groups examined how they can remain safe while delivering humanitarian aid.

Survey: Religiosity seems to be 'buffer' against some pandemic stresses

The COVID-19 pandemic took a toll on participation in religious services just as it did on workplaces, but a new survey indicates strong emotional resilience from those who consider their faith vital to their existence.

Panel: Politicizing border issue overshadows serious plight of migrants

The principal message of an April 15 Georgetown University webinar on immigrants at the U.S.-Mexico border: Don't believe everything you hear from politicians. Because more often than not, no one pays close attention to the reality of border issues, and repeat the same old talking points.

EWTN News/RealClear poll shows more 'likely Catholic voters' behind Biden

Less than two weeks before the presidential election, a new poll indicated President Donald Trump has lost the so-called "Catholic vote" and that his nomination of a Catholic to the Supreme Court, Judge Amy Coney Barrett, did nothing to change that equation.