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Updated ‘Click to Pray 2.0’ app — aimed to create more...

VATICAN CITY -- Cardinal Mario Grech, secretary-general of the Synod of Bishops, said in the process to create a more "synodal church," one where...

Resistance to matters of social justice makes evident the racial division...

When I received the invitation to write this piece it included the request to discuss my experience of racism within the church. I immediately...

Combating racism is a good and necessary work for the Catholic...

"What can our parishes do to combat the sins of racism in the geographical boundaries of our community?" This is a question I am...

President Joe Biden will have audience with Pope Francis Oct. 29...

WASHINGTON -- President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden will have an audience with Pope Francis Oct. 29, the day before the G20...

Audrey Powers, local Maryland Catholic high school alumna, launches into space...

CATONSVILLE, Md. -- When Audrey Powers went boldly into space Oct. 13 with the actor who played the original Captain Kirk on "Star Trek,"...

Sister Megan Rice, anti-nuclear weapons activist, dies at 91

ROSEMONT, Pa. (CNS) -- Sister Megan Rice, whose yearslong crusade against nuclear weapons included serving two years behind bars for a felony, died Oct....

Florida sidewalk advocacy aims to reach women planning on abortion

WEST PARK, Fla. — Libby Johnson, a retired delivery room nurse, has prayed near a Miramar, Fla., abortion clinic for the past six years...

Archbishop Christophe Pierre to stay on as U.S. nuncio; President Biden...

WASHINGTON -- Archbishop Christophe Pierre, the 75-year-old apostolic nuncio to the United States, said when he met Pope Francis at the Vatican Sept. 6,...

Peace: Both the starting point and the ultimate goal of church’s...

The church's teaching on war begins and ends with its teaching on peace. Building peace does not ultimately rely upon weapons. Peace is built...

Mississippi Bishop Louis F. Kihneman III says church must move from...

After years of watching cultural trends in the U.S. Catholic Church and the nation overall, Bishop Louis F. Kihneman III of Biloxi, Miss., came...

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