Latino Catholics are among the most vaccinated religious groups. Here's why.

The Pew Research Center found that 82% of Catholic adults said they were at least partially vaccinated as of August — data that included 86% of Latino Catholics and 79% of white Catholics.

Catholic archbishop for the US military defends those who refuse vaccines

The prelate who oversees Catholics in the U.S. military issued a statement Oct. 12 supporting service members who have refused to get vaccinated against COVID-19 on religious grounds.

One year later, advocates pressure for charges to be dropped in toppling of Serra statue

A year after the Junipero Serra statue toppling advocates are urging the Marin County district attorney to drop the felony charges against the five protesters who were arrested after the monument was torn down on Indigenous Peoples Day.

Catholic tradition of care for environment dates back centuries before Pope Francis

Every pope for the past 50 years — except John Paul I, who died after a month in office — has spoken and written about environmental issues.