FaithFaith in Focus
Simcha Fisher
“Medieval Peasanting” means reminding myself that there once existed Catholics who couldn’t read or write. They said their prayers and did their best to obey the commandments, and when they failed, they repented.
FaithShort Take
Bill McCormick, S.J.
The U.S. church isn’t just polarized; it is tired. And it is polarized in part because it is tired.
FaithDispatches
Associated Press
The pope told the public gathered in St. Peter's Square that he was joining his voice to that of the Asian nation's bishops in also calling for humanitarian corridors.
FaithCatholic News Quiz
J.D. Long-GarcíaMolly Cahill
This year, as we observe World Refugee Day, America Magazine is testing our readers' knowledge of papal refugee statements.
FaithDispatches
Frances D'Emilio - Associated Press
The Vatican said Pope Francis on Saturday approved a decree declaring the "heroic virtues" of Schuman, a former prime minister, finance minister and foreign minister for France after World War II.
FaithNews
Jack Jenkins - Religion News Service
The statement was announced minutes after clerics voted to draft a document on Communion following debate that discussed whether or not to deny the Eucharist to Catholic politicians who back abortion rights.