Pope: Discrimination against people with disabilities must end

The Catholic Church must be a home for all, especially for people with disabilities who continue to face discrimination in the world and in the church, Pope Francis said.

Worst poverty is lack of faith, no meaning in life, pope says

There is no greater poverty than a life without faith in God, Pope Francis said in a recent message.

‘It was beautiful’: Eucharistic Procession takes Christ to ASU campus

Nearly 100 years ago, the world had just emerged from its first global war —World War I. Pervasive unemployment mixed with pessimism. Secularism and atheism were on the rise...

Countries must do more to make migration safe, legal, pope says

Continuing to focus on the care of migrants and refugees, Pope Francis urged a U.N. organization to do more to convince nations to open safe and legal pathways for migration and to regularize people who have entered countries without the proper documents.

Catholic, Orthodox must make their communion visible, pope says

Catholics and Orthodox Christians must increasingly work together where they can, Pope Francis told Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople.

Speaker: Science explains laws of nature; faith tells us of their author

Bradley Gregory, associate professor of biblical studies at The Catholic University of America in Washington, said today "most scientists see that science can inform faith and faith can inform science."

All eyes are on Supreme Court for its biggest abortion case in decades

When the Supreme Court hears oral arguments Dec. 1 for the biggest abortion case in decades, all eyes -- and ears -- will be on the court.

New monastery completed and blessed for Poor Clares of Perpetual Adoration

On August 11, 2021, Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted solemnly blessed the new Our Lady of Solitude Monastery in Tonopah, AZ.

Racial reconciliation ‘is a matter of the heart,’ Texas bishop says

"Racial reconciliation -- reconciliation in general -- is a matter of the heart," retired Bishop Curtis J. Guillory of Beaumont, Texas, said during a recent night of prayer and discussion about race relations in the U.S.

God can act in unexpected ways, calling for brave acceptance, pope says

St. Joseph teaches people to learn to take life as it comes and to accept what God has in mind, Pope Francis said.