A small Catholic parish recently invited parishioners, neighbors and tourists to relive the wedding of John F. Kennedy and Jaqueline Bouvier, on what would have been the couple’s 70th anniversary this month.
Interview: Alana Chen died by suicide in 2019. A fellow LGBT Catholic gets to the bottom of her story in a new podcast.
“Dear, Alana” chronicles Ms. Chen’s involvement in her Boulder, Colo., Catholic community—and with therapy that seemed to use some ideas common in conversion therapy.
“I’m an African American woman in a space that is doing the kind of work that…Christ is calling us to do,” Cynthia Bailey Manns, who will participate in the Synod on Synodality as a voting member in October, said in an interview.
According to a new report from Fidelity Charitable, Catholic organizations, including dioceses as well as human services organizations with church ties, continue to rank among the top beneficiaries of support in many U.S. cities.
The slate of delegates is emblematic of the at-times competing ideological poles of the U.S. church—and the continued effort by Francis to reorient U.S. bishops toward his vision for the church.
Catholic universities say the end of affirmative action threatens their values and religious liberty
Calling the 6-to-3 decision handed down Thursday “more than disappointing,” the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities said that the court “ignores the more-than-apparent effects of continued racism in our society.”
Georgetown University announced Monday that it has appointed Dr. Fauci the Distinguished University Professor in the School of Medicine’s department of medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases.
With rapid advances in medicine and sweeping changes in the U.S. health care landscape, some are suggesting that the U.S. bishops’ Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services needs a complete overhaul.