Jerusalem -- President Donald Trump is the first sitting president to visit the Western Wall in the contested Old City of Jerusalem. Both Israelis and Palestinians claim Jerusalem as their capital city.
Distinctly Catholic: The verdict on Trump's first visit to a foreign country is mixed, but the bar is pretty low here, of course. Still, I am glad he cleared it.
The Peace Pulpit: We must listen, we must become those disciples who are truly living stones, sharing the life of Jesus, becoming priests in his name — all of us.
Distinctly Catholic: Let the West's leaders look across the table during Trump's visit and see one possible future, and let them then chart a different future.
Faith and Justice: President Trump's first foreign trip looks more like a pilgrimage than anything else — Rome, Jerusalem and Saudi Arabia. What will happen behind closed doors?
President Trump will deliver an “inspiring yet direct” speech on the need to confront radical ideologies during his upcoming trip to Saudi Arabia.
The speech will come during an afternoon lunch with leaders of more than 50 countries with mostly Muslim populations, White House national security adviser H.R. McMaster announced May 16.
Donald Trump thanked conservative Christians for their votes, and promised to protect their values in his first commencement address as president, at evangelical stronghold Liberty University.
A life-size mural depicting Pope Francis with a saintly halo kissing President Donald Trump sprouting devil’s horns appeared on a wall near the Vatican less than two weeks before they are due to meet.
Fully ratifying and adopting the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty offers the world the "best hope of stemming nuclear proliferation" and taking a concrete step toward the complete elimination of nuclear weapons, a Vatican official said.
U.S. President Donald Trump will travel to Saudi Arabia and Israel this month as part of his first foreign trip.