Pope calls for politics to rediscover its vocation to work for common good

VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- People who think politics is sinking to new lows may find comfort in knowing Pope Francis also is concerned about...

Cross is sign of God’s love, not superstitious ornament, pope says

Christ's cross is a powerful symbol of God's love for humanity and not just a decoration or trinket, Pope Francis said.

Two Catholic women judges top short list as possible Supreme Court nominees

Two Catholic women judges are on the short list of possible candidates to fill the vacant Supreme Court justice seat after the Sept. 18 death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Homeless and day resource center to open this month in Bullhead City

A 57-bed homeless and day resource center serving Bullhead City and the surrounding area will open with limited services under strict health and safety protocols for individuals and families experiencing homelessness beginning Oct. 21.

Louisiana priests provide hurricane relief to parishes in need

Louisiana priests that support each other with ongoing camaraderie and spiritual nourishment are now also providing very essential hurricane relief to priests and the parishes they serve in areas that were devastated by recent storm damage.

Popular radio program ‘The Catholic Conversation’ moves to all-podcast format Oct. 3

Relevant Radio has informed the Diocese of Phoenix that it will no longer carry The Catholic Conversation after Sept. 26.

With focus on Gospel of Life, NY-based sisters set to expand religious community to...

A growing community of religious sisters with a zeal for the Gospel of Life and the New Evangelization will soon call Phoenix home.

Continuity in particularity: Cardinal looks at Pope Francis, Benedict XVI

Between Pope Francis and retired Pope Benedict XVI, there is "continuity of magisterium and particularity in pastoral style," but even more, there is "a living communion of affection."

Conversion is a daily battle fueled by grace, pope says

Conversion is an ongoing process that relies on God's endless patience and grace, Pope Francis said.

In confirmation hearings, Barrett stresses commitment to ‘rule of law’

On Oct. 13, the second day of confirmation hearings on her Supreme Court nomination, Judge Amy Coney Barrett made a clear distinction between policy preferences and legal precedents in responding to questions from members of the Senate Judiciary Committee.