As many restrictions put in place for the COVID-19 pandemic have been lifted, some Catholic dioceses around the country are returning to offering consecrated wine in the chalice for Communion.
Catholic leaders have condemned the Nov. 19 attack on an LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs, Colorado, that killed at least five people and injured at least 25.
Colorado baker Jack Phillips is currently fighting a ruling that he violated the state’s anti-discrimination law for refusing to bake a cake to celebrate a gender transition.
U.S. District Judge Richard Young said the Indianapolis Archdiocese and its schools can select, retain or dismiss faculty according to their religious standards.
Scott Richert, publisher of Our Sunday Visitor, said the Catholic publishing company would fill the void left behind by the closure of the domestic operations of Catholic News Service in January 2023.
A man threatening to kill Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh was arrested near the justice’s Maryland home June 8, carrying a gun, a knife and zip ties.
San Antonio’s archbishop said it was important to be with the people suffering to remind them they are not alone, to give families the support they need, and to show them “love, love, love.”
The Supreme Court appears set to overturn its Roe v. Wade decision, which legalized abortion for nearly 50 years, according to a leaked initial draft of a court opinion obtained by Politico and published online the evening of May 2.
The majority of Supreme Court justices seemed to side with a former high school football coach who said his postgame prayers on the field amounted to private speech.
During a ceremony celebrating Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation to the Supreme Court, Jackson said she would rule independently “without fear or favor.”