USCCB on Israeli-Palestinian conflict: The U.S. government should continue to promote a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and avoid actions that would undermine results, said Bishop Oscar Cantu of Las Cruces, New Mexico, head of the U.S. bishops' Committee on International Justice and Peace.
President Donald Trump at National Prayer Breakfast: "America is a nation of believers," Trump said. "In towns across the land, we see what we so easily forget: The quality of our lives is not defined by our material success but by our spiritual success. I speak that as someone who has had great material success and who knows many people who have had great material success. ... Some of them are very miserable, miserable people."
Annual meeting: The Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities reaffirmed their "commitment of our institutions to creating inclusive, welcoming campus environments."
Trump delivers on promise. Judge Gorsuch has been nominated to fill the seat empty since the death of Justice Antonin Scalia last February.
U.S. Supreme Court nominees: Here are five faith facts about the two men who are the likely top candidates.
Refugee response: More than 2,000 religious leaders representing the Interfaith Immigration Coalition who objected to the action in a letter to the president and members of Congress.
Updated: "Welcoming the stranger and those in flight is not one option among many in the Christian life. It is the very form of Christianity itself," said the leaders of the bishops' conference.
March for Life: Throngs of pro-life marchers outside White House today applaud Trump administration’s actions and plans to support their cause.
Catholic organizations respond to President Donald J. Trump's actions related to immigration and refugees.
Bishop Joe S. Vasquez of Austin, Texas, the chairman of the U.S. bishops' Committee on Migration, criticized President Donald Trump's executive memorandum to construct a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, saying it would "put immigrant lives needlessly in harm's way." Vasquez also criticized Trump's memorandum on a surge in immigrant detention and deportation forces, saying it would "tear families apart and spark fear and panic in communities."