Establishment of religion under scrutiny

SCOTUS case on cross-shaped memorial may settle interpretation of First Amendment clause

Looking ahead to February's abuse summit

Pressure is on Pope Francis and bishops as Church waits for Vatican meeting to propose ...

Maintaining a pro-life outlook

As we mark the 46th anniversary of ‘Roe. v. Wade,’ pro-lifers sense that victory is ...

Primacy vs. synodality

Bishops’ meetings in 2018 and 1972 illustrate the tensions that exist in governing a ...

'Good for Rudolph'

Even secular Christmas decorations can point to the reason for the season — Christ the ...

Could IN abortion case make a dent in ‘Roe’?

Supreme Court’s determination of fate of fetal remains could help legally establish ...

Secular coercion and the deconstruction of values

Recent book reminds us that ideas have real consequences, ones that should not be ...

Pope Francis: For a poor, merciful Church

A pope of firsts — first pope of the Americas, Southern Hemisphere and Jesuits — ...

Abuse response dominates USCCB plenary

Despite nix from Rome, U.S. bishops gathered in Baltimore discussed possible ...

Are the End Times really near?

Remembering God’s love and dedication to prayer are better alternatives than fear and ...

To better protect God's people

History of U.S. response shows clergy sexual abuse is painful scourge that has cost ...

At Baltimore assembly, bishops to tackle abuse

Meeting is expected to focus on new safeguards that protect adults, apply to bishops ...

Benedict XVI: Brilliant humility

While he’s known as the pope who resigned, Benedict XVI’s life and pontificate are ...

The reflecting mirror of the Kavanaugh hearings

Hearings were more than a Supreme Court nomination; they exposed wounds of the ...

The 'pope of surprises' — 60 years later

The choice of Angelo Roncalli as pope in October 1958 was a surprise, the first of ...
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