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Indiana Court of Appeals upholds transgender child’s removal from ‘fit parents’...

WASHINGTON -- It is a case that strikes at the heart of both family relationships and Catholic beliefs in the confines of the household. The...

Six pro-life activists convicted for participation in blockade of Tennessee abortion...

Six pro-life activists, including one already jailed and awaiting sentencing for a separate incident in Washington, were convicted Jan. 30 of federal civil rights...

Cardinal Wilton D. Gregory reflects on his path to faith from...

WASHINGTON -- At The Catholic University of America to discuss the need for a diverse and welcoming church, Washington Cardinal Wilton D. Gregory fielded...

Last of 10 defendants over DC abortion clinic blockade found guilty...

WASHINGTON (OSV News) -- The last of 10 defendants on trial for a 2020 "lock and block" invasion of a Washington abortion clinic was...

Federal court order forbids the state of New York from seeking...

The Sisters of Life, the community of women religious founded in New York City to protect human life and serve pregnant women in need,...

Three more pro-life activists convicted on federal charges for blockade at...

WASHINGTON -- Three more pro-life activists, including one famous in the 1980s for her abortion clinic "rescues," were convicted Sept. 15 on federal felony...

Michigan Catholic farmer reaps religious liberty win in farmers market dispute

A federal court decision in favor of a Catholic orchardist in Michigan, who announced that his farm would not host same-sex weddings and was...

Bishop Michael Burbidge: Increased hostility towards faith raises concerns that peaceful...

Upholding religious liberty must entail mutual respect, said Bishop Michael F. Burbidge of the Diocese of Arlington, Virginia. On his most recent "Walk Humbly" podcast,...

Venerable Nelson Baker of Buffalo — ‘Padre of the poor’ —...

WASHINGTON -- For the world-renowned emblems of the Catholic faith, such as St. Teresa of Kolkata, elevation to sainthood comes fairly quickly following their...

‘Next Steps: Marching in a Post-Roe America’ is theme for invigorated...

WASHINGTON -- Jeanne Mancini wants it to be clear: The national March for Life in Washington will continue even with the U.S. Supreme Court...

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