In New York, Minneapolis and Atlanta, artifacts and art illustrate the life and times of Martin Luther, while over in Europe, a moving museum hits the road.
About 80 LGBT Catholics and their supporters marched near Central Park and listened to speeches at Columbus Circle advocating greater acceptance in the church Oct. 2.
Update: As the New York state legislature plans its annual recess at the end of June, the bill's opponents hope to run out the clock.
Fr. Peter Miqueli resigned his Bronx pastorate last week and faces a lawsuit charging him with theft from weekly collections and a church thrift shop
Celebrating Mass with some 25,000 people in Madison Square Garden Friday, Pope Francis reflected on the difficulty of living life as a Christian in a big city.
Pope Francis encouraged an audience of Catholic school students and immigrants to live with joy and dare to dream.
"The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" had scheduled a televised papal prep rally. What was inside the historic doors of the Ed Sullivan Theater?
Pope Francis poignantly thanked U.S. Catholic women religious -- recently the subject of two controversial Vatican investigations -- for their work in building and maintaining the church throughout the country.
Beyond Francis' address, the agenda for the U.N. is loaded. Sustainable Development Goals are first on the docket, set for adoption following the pope's speech.
Over the past year, Cardinal Timothy Dolan unleashed a series of parish consolidations, closings and mergers, affecting a sizeable chunk of the Archdiocese of New York's 368 parishes.