Impoverished immigrants facing deportation in New York City can now have court-appointed counsel on their side for the first time in this nation's history.
The Catholic University of America "has no intention of revisiting its decision to accept the grant from the Charles Koch Foundation," a statement from the university says.
In a letter released Monday, a group of 50 Catholic academics balk at tea party donors' funding of The Catholic University of America's business school.
We say: If the church faces a marketing failure on issues of sexuality, the failure is in listening to its people, not lousy marketing.
A year after the shooting in Newtown, Conn., federal action to control gun violence has stalled, but advances have been made at the state level.
We say: One would think five national memorial services for the victims of mass shootings in four years would have galvanized a nation to act to end gun violence.
What do Google and the U.S. gun lobby have in common? Support for pro-gun legislation it seems.
Pope Francis is adding his voice to the chorus of papal statements fostering social justice.
Michael Griffin says it was no secret that he is gay. But when he told his administrators that he was going to marry his partner, he was fired.
Faith groups are making an effort to convince Congress to pass legislation expanding background checks to those purchasing guns as the one-year anniversary of the Newtown shootings approaches.