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Maryland church latest target of vandalism; pastor encourages people to remember...

BETHESDA, Md.  -- A Catholic church in the Washington suburb of Bethesda was one of three houses of worship along the same road to...

Father Gerald Andrews of Perryville, Md., ordained a priest in the...

The Catholic Standard Father Gerald Andrews studied aerospace engineering in college and then entered the seminary after discerning that he had a higher calling, to...

Chef Jose Andres tells Class of ’22 at Stone Ridge School...

BETHESDA, Md. -- Recently back home after joining his World Central Kitchen's outreach in war-torn Ukraine, Chef José Andrés addressed the class of 2022...

Ukrainian Catholic National Shrine prayer service: ‘Knowing somebody cares makes all...

WASHINGTON -- On a day when the world saw the heart-rending images of Russia launching a brutal invasion of Ukraine, people gathered at the...

U.S. District Court strikes down District of Columbia’s pandemic limits on...

WASHINGTON -- The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia in a March 25 ruling struck down the District of Columbia's COVID-19 pandemic...

Cardinal Wilton Gregory calls for ‘national reconciliation — a healing of...

BURKE, Va. -- In a major address on confronting the sin of racism and working for racial harmony, Washington Cardinal Wilton D. Gregory, the...

Cardinal Wilton Gregory tells high school students, ‘We need the Lord...

WASHINGTON — Celebrating a livestreamed Mass for the community of Archbishop Carroll High School in Washington Jan. 13, Cardinal Wilton D. Gregory noted how...

Too close to home: D.C. Catholic pastors witness Jan. 6 violence...

WASHINGTON  -- Like many across the country, Father William Gurnee and Father Gary Studniewski watched in horror as a rioting mob stormed and ransacked...

Lawsuit by Archdiocese of Washington challenges D.C.’s 50-person cap on church...

WASHINGTON — The Archdiocese of Washington has petitioned the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to lift the 50-person cap on indoor...

Cardinal-designate Gregory: McCarrick report demonstrates ‘failures of competence, communication and culture’...

WASHINGTON -- Cardinal-designate Wilton D. Gregory of Washington said the Vatican's report on former cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick is a "tragic chronicle" about that...

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