Essay: Nearly 100 years ago, during World War I, Ben Salmon, who opposed war and the theory of just war, refused to cooperate in a draft questionnaire.
Polish Archbishop Zygmunt Zimowski, head of the Pontifical Council for Health Care Ministry, died Wednesday at the age of 67.
Daniels, former spokesperson for the president of the U.S. bishops' conference, was among 16 new members appointed to the Vatican's Secretariat for Communications.
Just Catholic: The current schism is no longer butchers and bakers having street fights over Real Presence, or any other theological issue.
Seminarian Brian Bergkamp, 24, is believed dead after saving the life of a woman who fell into the Arkansas River July 9.
Reconciliation in Chicago: In 2015, Archbishop Blase Cupich made a special trip to a Chicago juvenile detention center to confirm five young men.
Leaders called on the Catholic church to unambiguously condemn the police killings of young black men; they also addressed criticism of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Spanish journalist Paloma Garcia Ovejero will serve as vice director, making her the first female to hold that position.
Latinos make up 60 percent of U.S. Catholics under 30; at National Catholic Council for Hispanic Ministry's annual conference, participants considered ways to best utilize this commanding presence.
Pope Francis advanced the sainthood cause of a U.S. bishop, who ministered to California farmworkers and the poor, and recognized the martyrdom of an Italian layman, who died en route to a Nazi death camp after refusing to recite allegiance to Adolf Hitler.