‘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...

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.

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.

Archbishop: Arbery verdict does not bring him back, but advances justice

Archbishop Gregory J. Hartmayer said the verdict convicting three white men for the 2020 murder of 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery "does not bring him back. It does not bridge the racial divide in our community. It does not bring to an end the sin of racism, but it does advance the work toward justice."

Pope assures migrants they are in his prayers and his heart

Pope Francis asked visitors in St. Peter's Square to join him for a moment of silent prayer for migrants, especially those who recently drowned in the English Channel and in the Mediterranean and those who are freezing on the border of Belarus and Poland.

Vigilance needed to rustle ‘sleepy Christians’ from slumber, pope says

Vigilance is an important aspect of Christian life because it prevents one's spirituality from becoming mediocre and lazy, Pope Francis said.

The lonely can find an ‘ally’ in St. Joseph, pope says at audience

As the guardian of Jesus and Mary, St. Joseph's reassuring presence is an example for Christians who are called to care for the lonely and those who struggle in their lives, Pope Francis said.

Pope sends condolences to victims of Waukesha parade attack

Pope Francis expressed his condolences to the victims of a tragic attack at a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, that claimed the lives of six people and left dozens injured.

St. Albert Initiative on science and faith aimed at high school students

Science education aimed to interest Catholic high school students can be wonderfully informal.

HHS rescinds rule protecting faith-based foster care, adoption agencies

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Nov. 18 rescinded a Trump administration rule that ensured faith-based social service agencies that provide adoption and foster care would continue receiving federal funding for services that follow their religious beliefs.