Fast-food workers across the U.S. plan to walk off their jobs Thursday in a daylong strike as part of a push for higher wages.
Aug 30-Sept 12, 2013
The dispute over dropping a beloved Christian song from a new Presbyterian hymnal has widened into a multidenominational tussle, with Baptists joining the fray.
Analysis: A change in administration always triggers a game of musical chairs, and it's well underway in the Vatican right now.
Newark, N.J., Archbishop John J. Myers faces new questions concerning his handling of clergy sex abuse allegations while he was bishop in Peoria, Ill., more than a decade ago.
Opinion: Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream still lives five decades later. Today, we honor his legacy by continuing his work.
We say: The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith's "doctrinal assessment" of LCWR has tarnished the group's reputation. The process has been unjust.
Last week, the government's Land Registry wrote to owners of 500,000 acres across England informing them that church commissioners want to register mineral rights under land they own.
Irish Catholic politicians and Parliament members who voted for a controversial law that allows abortion under certain circumstances will not be excommunicated or denied Communion.
Elshtain was widely admired as a political philosopher and used the "just war theory" to defend U.S. military action in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Colleagues described the passing of the Christian Brother and former U.S. bishops' conference official as "a huge loss to the ecumenical movement."