From 1977: How Catholic journals covered the perilous journey of Jack and Jill up that treacherous hill in 1977.
Every day and on every continent women religious are doing life-saving, cutting-edge work in hospitals and research laboratories, refugee camps and prisons. Dawn Araujo-Hawkins tells their stories.
“The faithful do not forgive the lack of transparency because it is a new assault on the victims,” Valentina Alazraki, a Mexican television reporter, told the 190 church leaders attending the Vatican summit on the protection of minors.
Our society—and our economy—depends on trust for its very survival. So what do we do when cries of “fake news” erode our willingness to believe each other?
Agents of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's government arrested the head of an award-winning online news site, in what is seen as another instance of Duterte going after journalists who criticize his policies.
U.S. bishops tell the authors of a groundbreaking new book that they feel a duty to speak out on issues of the day, but they must tread carefully with a secular press and fallout from the sexual abuse crisis.