In the first week of its new term, the Supreme Court reviewed the extent that racial bias might have played in a 1995 death penalty sentence.
Eco Catholic: Catholics and others are troubled with the almost invisible profile of climate change this election season.
Catholic scholars Sept. 20 reaffirmed the Catholic church's long-standing prohibition on artificial birth control as outlined in Humanae Vitae.
Georgetown University's third season of Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life talks started with a discussion about the uniqueness of this year's presidential campaign.
Georgetown University released Sept. 12 a report examining Catholic perceptions of Islam and how these views may have been influenced by Catholic news outlets.
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.
The U.S. government moved on Friday to halt a controversial oil pipeline project in North Dakota that has angered Native Americans.
Around the country, Catholic organizations, parishes, clergy and laity are taking action and bolstering efforts to build peace and battle racism, following a summer of violence.
As tensions boiled over following a string of killings of black men, the lingering pain of racism in America has once again been brought to the forefront.
A federal judge's ruling blocks the implementation of guidance that required school districts to allow transgender students to choose which restroom and locker facilities to use.