A group of U.S. House representatives wrote to President Biden this week, urging his administration to work with the Mexican government in apprehending the murderer of Fathers Javier Campos and Joaquin Mora.
Pope Francis, 85, and U.S. President Joseph Biden, 79, have engaged questions about their age and capacity to lead differently, offering clues about their leadership styles and priorities.
Joe Biden will award Sister Simone Campbell, of ‘Nuns on the Bus’ fame, the Presidential Medal of Freedom
President Joe Biden will award the nation’s highest civilian honor to a Catholic sister next week.
Several acts of vandalism targeting Catholic churches occurred in the days following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Catholic leaders welcomed the news as a culmination of decades of pro-life activism while also calling for the creation of a stronger social safety net to assist women facing crisis pregnancies.
High-ranking priest put on leave for allegedly using dating app Grindr reassigned to Wisconsin parish
A former high-ranking official at the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, who resigned following allegations that he logged onto a dating app, has a new assignment.
Bishop forbids Jesuit-run school from calling itself ‘Catholic’ for flying LGBT and Black Lives Matter flags
Bishop Robert J. McManus of Worcester, Mass., stripped the “Catholic” moniker from a Jesuit-run school over its decision to continue flying flags supporting L.G.B.T. pride and Black Lives Matter.
“I am deeply grateful that members of Congress have undertaken bipartisan negotiations to address the plague of gun violence in our nation,” Archbishop Paul S. Coakley said.
‘What other studies do we need to do of dead bodies?’ Catholic leaders lament inaction on gun control
“We have a system or systems that are failing,” said the archbishop of San Antonio, Tex., which includes Uvalde, said. “They’re obsolete. They’re not, anymore, what we need as a society.”