Faith News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service July 31, 2018
During the Saturday evening Mass when Father Looney heard the opening lines of the first reading from Jeremiah, the priest switched gears, deciding he had to say something about sexual abuse allegations against now former Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick, retired archbishop of Washington.
Politics & Society News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service July 02, 2018
Big cases this year involved the president's travel ban, a same-sex wedding cake, gerrymandering, sports betting, cellphone tracking, union dues and pro-life pregnancy centers.
Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement Wednesday, June 27.
Politics & Society
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service June 27, 2018
Kennedy is one of five Catholic justices on the Supreme Court.
Politics & Society News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service June 26, 2018
In a 5-4 decision June 26, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld President Donald Trump's travel ban on people entering the U.S. from some Muslim-majority countries, saying the president's action was within his power.
Arts & Culture News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service June 13, 2018
A group of Catholic high school friends has kept in touch -- literally -- since graduating more than 30 years ago from Gonzaga Preparatory School in Spokane, Washington.
Politics & Society News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service May 23, 2018
"They are surfacing the issue forcefully and making the House deal with it," said William Canny.
Faith News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service May 10, 2018
Gaining a renewed and deeper understanding of Mary's nurturing and caring side is something he said the church, especially in today's climate, could certainly use.
Politics & Society News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service May 04, 2018
The initiative will provide recommendations for faith-based programs to partner with the government to fight poverty.
Politics & Society News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service April 20, 2018
Riordan, a Wells Fargo executive from New Mexico, was a "thoughtful leader who has long been a part of the fabric of our community."
A pro-life advocate holds a sign during a March 20 rally outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington (CNS photo/Jonathan Ernst, Reuters). 
Politics & Society News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service March 20, 2018
Justices seemed skeptical about a law that requires pro-life pregnancy centers to visibly display information about abortions.