From tradition to tradition there's a family resemblance.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Cardinal Walter Kasper, known as "the pope's theologian," says critics shouldn't fear Pope Francis' focus on mercy.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Tuesday's daylong seminar showed how the moral implications of the debate over the role and size of government are playing out most vividly in the Catholic Church.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Chinese authorities first arrested Chen Guangcheng in 2005 after he filed a class-action lawsuit for women who said they had undergone forced abortions and sterilizations as part of China’s one-child policy.
NEWARK, N.J. (RNS) A young Catholic priest thought he was swapping explicit text messages with a 16-year-old boy. Turns out it was a former friend who was fed up with years of sexual harassment.