Faith NewsAssociated Press May 06, 2020
Francis said he had been struck by the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on migrant farm workers, who even before the pandemic lived hand-to-mouth with intermittent jobs that pay around 25 euro ($27) a day.
Politics & Society NewsAssociated Press January 29, 2019
Pakistan's top court is to decide whether to uphold its acquittal of a Christian woman sentenced to death for blasphemy
Politics & Society NewsAssociated Press March 27, 2018
Cardinal Timothy Dolan, noting that Catholics are observing Holy Week, said that Fire Department of New York Lt. Michael Davidson gave his life for others, as Jesus did.
Politics & Society NewsAssociated Press January 12, 2018
Outside one church, pamphlets were found that read "The next bombs will be in your cassock."
Politics & Society NewsAssociated Press January 08, 2018
El Salvador is the fourth country whose citizens have lost Temporary Protected Status under President Donald Trump.
Faith NewsAssociated Press December 22, 2017
A Roman Catholic priest in Milwaukee has come out as gay, writing that he will no longer live in the shadows of secrecy and plans to be authentic to his gay self.
Politics & Society NewsAssociated Press November 07, 2017
The University of Notre Dame is reversing itself and now telling employees they will continue to receive no-cost birth control coverage.
Faith NewsAssociated Press July 27, 2017
French President Emmanuel Macron delivered an impassioned speech Wednesday after a Mass marking one year since the killing of a local French priest by two 19-year-old men who pledged loyalty to the Islamic State group.