Following Mexico’s second major earthquake in two weeks, bishops in the country called for prayers and solidarity
Following Togo’s largest protests in over a decade, the bishops of the small African country urged political leaders
A United Nations committee addressing the rights of disabled people has rebuked the U.K.
Between the Harambe memes and quick explanations of Catholic doctrine on his Twitter page
As Knights of Columbus members volunteer to aid the victims of recent storms, the organization has also raised over $1.3 million
New York’s highest court upheld the state’s ban on assisted suicide Thursday, in what Catholic leaders have called an important pro-life victory for the state.
Texas churches damaged by Hurricane Harvey filed a lawsuit against the Federal Emergency Management Agency
The number of seminarians at Philadelphia’s St. Charles Borromeo Seminary is on the rise, and rector Bishop Timothy Senior
Northern Ireland’s High Court has rejected two legal challenges that sought to recognize same-sex unions as marriages, saying it is a matter for the legislature.
As Iraq and surrounding areas face the destruction of many of the region’s archaeological treasures
A Spanish state prosecutor has dismissed a ‘hate crime’ complaint against the Archbishop of Granada
A cardinal from El Salvador says that a Facebook account attributed to him is fake, and that he did not post about Pope Francis’ intent to travel to El Salvador