(RNS) — After being knocked to the ground by two Buffalo police officers in June, Gugino is eager to press his case for the right of citizens to protest the government.
VATICAN CITY (RNS) — For the pope and Vatican athletes, sports are a source of joy and community. The Vatican’s team recently organized a fundraiser for Italian hospitals fighting COVID-19.
(RNS) — Galli, who bucked prevailing evangelical sentiments when he penned an editorial in December denouncing the president, says his faith decision has nothing to do with politics.
(RNS) — This announcement came days after a Sept. 5 report by The San Diego Union-Tribune that Catholic Masses at San Diego Navy bases had ended because the Navy, as part of a cost cutting move, declined to renew contracts with Catholic priests.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The line of attack stems from questions Harris posed in 2018 to a federal judicial nominee about his membership in the Knights of Columbus.
VATICAN CTY (RNS) — The COVID-19 pandemic saw a ‘large reduction’ in the realm of missionary work, aggravating an ongoing decline in the number of vocations and priests seeking to become missionaries.
(RNS) — The letter comes as the two presidential campaigns rapidly escalate their fight for Catholic voters ahead of the November election.
VATICAN CITY (RNS) — Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of the Rev. Michel Mulloy, who was set to become the bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Duluth, Minnesota, this fall.
VATICAN CITY (RNS) — While some people spent the monthslong lockdowns making bread, knitting or watching Netflix, Francis seems to have pondered a plan for a new economic model.
(RNS) — Let us pray that the encyclical’s language does not distract from its content.
(RNS) — A Texas bishop has endorsed a video that claims Catholics who vote Democratic will go to hell.
(RNS) — The two presidents encouraged members of their academic communities and other institutions to take part in a COVID-19 vaccine study.
(RNS) — For the duration of the Democratic primary season, the abortion issue was off the table. Now that the general election is here, there's something to talk about.
(AP) — Two men have accused Paul A. West, once a Franciscan Friar and fourth-grade teacher, of molesting them in Mississippi, Wisconsin and New York while they were elementary school students.
VATICAN CITY (RNS) — Standing beside a waving Lebanese flag, Pope Francis paid homage to the troubled population of Beirut on Wednesday (Sept. 2) and implored its residents to ‘take courage’ as they begin the reconstruction of their city.