Catholic immigration activists step up in battle against Trump policies

A growing number of Catholic religious and laypeople are participating in civil disobedience movements across the U.S., protesting what they say is inhumane treatment of immigrants at the border.

Mentors made the difference for first female and lay president of Loyola New Orleans

A childhood steeped in faith and a series of good mentors helped Tania Tetlow make history at the 107-year-old university.

Tobin appoints pastor to NJ parish that's been without one since August 2018

After their pastor took a leave in August 2018 after an allegation of sexual assault against a fellow priest emerged, parishioners at St. Andrew Parish in Westwood, New Jersey, will get a new pastor starting in February 2020.

Parishioners object to firings of laicized priest and inactive priest

Canon law about priestly status was cited for the removal of former priest Kevin McGloin and inactive priest John Konicek as members of the staff of St. Patrick Catholic Community in Scottsdale, Arizona.