Latino Protestants more conservative, supportive of Trump than Latino Catholics, poll finds

Faith affiliation has emerged as one explanation for this political divide among Latino Americans.

Like Joe Biden, many Catholics find the rosary to be a comfort and anchor in crisis

Long a staple of Catholic life, the rosary is back in the spotlight with the election of Joe Biden, who will become the nation’s second Catholic president when he is inaugurated in January. The president-elect often carries a set of rosary beads with him that once belonged to his son Beau, who died in 2015.


Biden says Americans can worship in person 'safely.' But what does that mean?

As cases of COVID-19 spike in the U.S. just weeks before major religious holidays, questions abound as to whether attending religious services in person can, in fact, be safe.

US Catholic bishops' response to McCarrick report is sad but predictable

Sad because the bishops failed to communicate that they understood the report's implications; predictable in that some bishops defended John Paul II against the report's finding that the pontiff shared culpability in the McCarrick case.