Distinctly Catholic: His own past business practices, his administration appointments and policies so far, and divisions within the GOP don't bode well for American workers.
The White House said Tuesday it is reaching out to the Vatican to set up a possible meeting President Trump and Pope Francis.
In a case with implications for more than 30 states that prohibit using public funds for religious purposes, the justices appeared aligned against Missouri’s refusal to include a Lutheran church in a grant program that provides funding to resurface playgrounds and make them safer.
The Field Hospital: Movement tears apart Catholics in Guam already divided by sex abuse allegations; Trend flourishes in parishes "restoring" pre-Vatican II elements; Church in Hawaii grows
Distinctly Catholic: The test of political leadership is not the capacity to feel, but the capacity to decide what to do about the horror.
Prompted to write after Sandy Hook, Jason Odell Williams has taken his play to NYC, and he hopes to get it across the country -- "in all the purple states."
NCR Today: Descendants of the 272 people sold by the Jesuits in 1838 were at the liturgy, which was followed by the dedication of newly renamed campus buildings.
Ohio is the first state to have a ruling upheld in circuit courts against midazolam, following an April 6 decision by the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
This summer's Convocation of Catholic Leaders comes at a time when the U.S. Catholic Church is seeking how best to respond to a changing social landscape.
Called by the bishops, the historic convocation will find more than 3,000 Catholic leaders — bishops, clergy, religious and laypeople — meeting July 1-4 in Orlando, Florida, to focus on how the pope's 2013 apostolic exhortation, "Evangelii Gaudium" ("The Joy of the Gospel"), applies in the United States.
Burlington Bishop Christopher Coyne has announced plans to convene the first diocesan synod since