Politics & Society News
Mark Pattison - Catholic News ServiceDecember 03, 2018
Tomatoes and animals are one thing. Humans, though, are another.
Faith News
Mark Pattison - Catholic News ServiceNovember 29, 2018
“Religious Freedom in the World 2018” found worsening conditions for religious freedom in 17 nations, citing attacks on Christians in India and Iraq.
Politics & Society News
Mark Pattison - Catholic News ServiceNovember 09, 2018
Jews worldwide will remember the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht.
Politics & Society News
Mark Pattison - Catholic News ServiceNovember 02, 2018
In some quarters, people thought anti-Semitism had been swept under the rug. But hiding it didn't mean getting rid of it, as was painfully evident in the murder of 11 congregants at a Pittsburgh synagogue Oct. 27.
Faith News
Mark Pattison - Catholic News ServiceOctober 19, 2018
The proposed statement, "Open Wide Our Hearts: The Enduring Call to Love -- A Pastoral Letter Against Racism," will be considered for approval during the bishops' Nov. 12-14 fall general meeting in Baltimore.
Faith News
Mark Pattison - Catholic News ServiceOctober 12, 2018
A report on Catholic campus ministry at U.S. colleges and universities found nearly nonexistent ministry at the nation's community colleges.
Faith News
Mark Pattison - Catholic News ServiceOctober 02, 2018
The percentage of U.S. Catholics who view the pope favorably, while still strong, is noticeably down.
Faith News
Mark Pattison - Catholic News ServiceSeptember 28, 2018
Reagan started weeping upon watching film footage of St. John Paul's triumphant return to Poland in 1979.
Faith News
Mark Pattison - Catholic News ServiceSeptember 20, 2018
To be a voice for victims of clerical sexual abuse, Father Brendan McGuire realized he had to come to terms with the abuse he suffered at the hands of a priest when he was 18. It was a secret he had held for 35 years.
Faith News
Mark Pattison - Catholic News ServiceSeptember 07, 2018
The 1983 Code of Canon Law did not anticipate crimes being committed by bishops that could result in their laicization, according to a canon law professor at The Catholic University of America.