Religious sister is recognized for ‘restoring human dignity to those in need.’
Brothers step in to help their neighbors as fires consume their canyon
President is expected to announce his nominee quickly
In some places, Catholics’ right to worship ‘unjustly repressed’ by government, says San Francisco archbishop
SAN FRANCISCO (CNS) — In imposing severe restrictions on indoor worship services because of COVID-19 protocols, the city of San Francisco “is turning a great
WASHINGTON. A Catholic archdiocese and two dioceses in three states are assessing damage from what’s being referred to as catastrophic flooding caused by Hurricane Sally.
The CHA wants to ensure that the vaccine saves lives and addresses health inequities.
A new podcast series from the Catholic University of America, “Crisis,” has debuted, which examines the clergy sexual abuse crisis in the U.S. church.
U.S. bishops praise court’s ruling to count all U.S. residents in census, regardless of immigration status
The bishops reiterated their previous statement on the issue that said: “questions regarding citizenship should not be included in the census.”
Justice Department argues archdiocese protected by First Amendment and by a recent Supreme Court decision to determine who can teach students at religious schools.
WASHINGTON (CNS)-Legislation in Congress intends to direct more money to local initiatives to stop what the bill’s backers call an “epidemic” of suicide…
WASHINGTON (CNS) — A leader with the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has urged Congress and the White House Sept. 8 to reach a deal