Election 2016: Supreme Court Rules North Carolina Voting Restrictions Blocked for Fall Election
Election 2016 -- Fr. Tom Reese says that Catholic voters are finally in the spotlight
Election 2016 -- Bernie Sanders to Stump for Hillary Clinton Next Week (Video and text)
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Newark, N.J. -- NJ priest suspended for supporting gay groups. He lost his job as chaplain at Seton Hall University last year for the same reason.
Jocelyn Sideco reflects on her first generation in USA status: Just when I think I'm part of the "us," I get reminded that I'm still part of the "them."
Christians across the globe Thursday joined in celebrating the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation, but for many the day only marks the beginning of a longer contemplation on the planet the pope regularly refers to as our common home.
And some peple are listening: 3,500 UK churches ditch fossil fuel electricity
Kolkata, India -- This city where Mother Teresa lived and worked for more than six decades is agog with excitement as preparations for her canonization Sept. 4 at the Vatican enter the final stages.
Australia -- The Catholic bishop of Maitland-Newcastle has told a royal commission he has "misgivings" about the focus on child sexual abuse from decades ago.
Documentary details efforts to regulate payday lenders Joe Vasquez, Catholic bishop of Austin who is featured in the film, said Catholic churches became alarmed when it was found at least a third of those seeking help in taking care of rent, medications and other expenses had loans with payday lenders.
Albuquerque, N.M. -- LDS Woman on Catholic Charities Board is catalyst for service In both faiths
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