Rio Olympics: The Muslim American fencer made history Monday morning when he competed in -- and won -- her first match.
Rio Olympics: A favorite for multiple gold medals, the Catholic teen from Texas tries to rest on Sundays by going to church.
Before leading Team USA in Rio, Elena Delle Donne dominated the court at Ursuline Academy in Wilmington, Del.
The Olympic host city in Brazil and athletes competing there share the same patron saint. But why?
2016 Olympics: You may not see him point heavenward, but Dalton wears the signs of his Christian faith on his body.
Editorial: Pope Francis' appointment Aug. 2 of the Study Commission on the Women's Diaconate stood adage about the church thinking in centuries on its head.
Rio Olympics: "I do say a prayer -- or two -- before any race," Olympic swimmer Katie Ledecky says.
NCR Today: The thought that an unstable, narcissistic personality with low knowledge of foreign policy could have access to weapons of mass destruction is beyond scary.
Law enforcement officials in Wichita Monday announced that a body found some days earlier in the Arkansas River near one of the city's park was the body of Brian Bergkamp, a seminarian from the Wichita, Kan., diocese.
The Wichita Eagle Daily newspaper reported that a fisherman had spotted a piece of life vest floating in the water with a rosary attached to it. That discovery led to finding the body of the missing seminarian. The coroner on Saturday confirmed it was Bergkamp and his family was given the news first.
Italian bishops' conference: Pilgrims who visited or attended events at the Casa Italia center in Krakow should see a doctor, especially if they have a high fever.