WASHINGTON (CNS) — The 2020 edition of the annual “Gaudium et Spes Labor Report” issued by the Catholic Labor Network has found more than 600
The U.S. bishops’ document on political responsibility is rooted in the Church’s long-standing moral tradition that upholds human dignity and the common good.
WASHINGTON (CNS) — Given the “somber” realities imposed by the coronavirus pandemic, for companies to put profits over safety is “unjust,” said Archbishop Paul S.
WASHINGTON (CNS) — For John Davisson, the past few months of the pandemic in Washington gave him more time to return to a hobby that
LAKE CHARLES, La. (CNS) — Hurricane Laura destroyed six churches in the Diocese of Lake Charles, left a dozen others “highly compromised” and did heavy
WASHINGTON (CNS) — On the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, college student Aalayah Eastmond, of Trinity Washington University, spoke of her dream Aug. 28, at
WASHINGTON (CNS) — Celebrating an Aug. 28 Mass to mark the 57th anniversary of the Rev. Martin Luther King’s historic March on Washington, Archbishop Wilton
WASHINGTON (CNS) — Growing up in Louisiana, Bishop David L. Toups is no stranger to hurricanes. Yet he never expected that less than a week
WASHINGTON (CNS) — Catholic leaders have joined their voices with members of the Navajo Nation in opposing the Aug. 26 scheduled execution of Lezmond Mitchell,
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (CNS) — Since the derecho storm devastated parts of Iowa, Aug. 10, local members of the Knights of Columbus have been helping
HOUSTON (CNS) — When the main worries are paying rent, keeping healthy and providing food for the family, participating in the 2020 census may not
WASHINGTON (CNS) — The Trump administration has released its second report on implementation of its Protecting Life in Global Health Assistance Policy, which bans all