The Oct. 10 vandalization of Denver’s cathedral basilica brought to 100 the number of incidents of arson, vandalism and other destruction that have taken place at Catholic sites across the United States since May 2020.
Sir David Amess, one of the most prominent Catholic politicians in the U.K. Parliament, was stabbed repeatedly by a man who sprinted into his offices at noon Oct. 15.
Sister Megan Rice, whose yearslong crusade against nuclear weapons included serving two years behind bars for a felony, died Oct. 10 at the Rosemont residence of her religious order.
Joseph Donnelly, pro-life Democrat and former U.S. senator from Indiana, is Vatican ambassador nominee
Joseph Donnelly, 66, served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 2007 to 2013 and was a U.S. senator from 2013 to 2019.
Church Militant sues Baltimore for canceling protest of bishops featuring Steve Bannon and Milo Yiannopoulos
Michigan-based St. Michael’s Media, also known as Church Militant, has challenged the city’s ruling in federal court, saying its First Amendment rights are being denied.
Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone of San Francisco is asking “all Catholics and others of goodwill” to join a prayer and fasting campaign for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a Catholic Democrat who supports legal abortion.
While some bishops have called for rapid and dramatic changes to the German church, representatives from the Vatican have underscored the need for unity and deliberation.
The oldest record of 1,700 years of Jewish life in Germany has arrived in Cologne, on loan from the Vatican Library thanks to intercession from Pope Francis.
A Catalan bishop resigned after he fell in love with an erotic fiction writer. Now, the Spanish church asks the media to respect his privacy.
The cardinal commented on media reports that Bishop Xavier Novell Gomà was now cohabiting with Silvia Caballol Clemente, a divorced mother of two, following Pope Francis’ acceptance of his resignation Aug. 23.