Retired Pope Benedict XVI reveals that he was among those who were dissatisfied with Pope Paul VI's 1968 teaching prohibiting Catholics from using artificial birth control.
A Sept. 9 letter from USCCB officials to the Department of Health and Human Services said ompromise could be reached in the Affordable Care Act's contraceptive requirement.
Reconciliation in Chicago: What happens when those who are supposed to care for us -- mother, grandmother, family -- abandon us?
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton spoke at the National Baptist Convention USA's 136th annual session at the Kansas City Convention Center.
Preview: This is the Day of Prayer for Peace in Our Communities, but for people from backgrounds like mine, we don't see the problem as ours.
Faith and Justice: The choice between labor and equipment should not be tilted in favor of equipment by the government. It should be a decision based on costs without interference.
U.S. Catholic bishops are calling on dioceses and communities around the nation to participate in a day of peace and dialogue Friday.
Five U.S.-trained Peruvian military officers have been convicted and sentenced to prison for the 1985 massacre of 69 unarmed Quechua villagers in Accomarca.
Young Voices: I wanted to make the pope's call to environmental stewardship engaging for my high school students -- so we investigated our own trash.
The Field Hospital: Scores lined up to take photos with a Pope Francis cutout at a parish table during the Rotary outdoor festival in Downers Grove, Ill.