Essay: Controversy surrounding Franklin D. Roosevelt continues to intensify, more than 70 years after his death.
At the Vatican Sept. 28, Pope Francis said Shimon Peres' death renewed his "great appreciation for the late president's tireless efforts in favor of peace."
South Florida's Cuban-American Catholic community and other Miami baseball fans planned to honor José Fernández with prayers at the Cuban shrine and a public parade Sept. 28.
Vatican Radio reported Monday that the Morelia archdiocese had announced that the body of Fr. Jose Lopez Guillen was found near Puruandiro, in the western state of Michoacan.
Conversations with Sr. Camille: NCR board member Sr. Helen Garvey started her ministry in education, was elected to leadership and coordinated the exhibition, "Women & Spirit: Catholic Sisters in America."
Preview: This summer, some 12,500 middle-class Catholic teenagers spent a week in poor U.S. neighborhoods, painting houses, cleaning yards and building wheelchair ramps.
Column: After a veteran is unctuously thanked, how many thankers hand them a few hundred dollars of gratitude? Or just buy them a meal?
Preview: San Francisco's Temenos Catholic Worker house, the ministry founded by the Rev. River Sims, takes the Worker mission to the city's front lines.
New study shows a quarter of U.S. adults do not affiliate with any religion; the so-called "nones" are growing, but the group is not voting.
Although priests may no longer hand out Communion from railcars, Catholic Extension's mission hasn't changed much in the 111 years since it began serving the poorest areas of the United States, according to Fr. Jack Wall, president of the U.S. home mission society.