After an initial period of intense resistance to its teaching, scholars have increasingly appreciated its merits, sparking new campus initiatives.
Pro-life analysts are optimistic about legal gains at the state level if Kavanaugh is confirmed, but caution that it’s unlikely the 1973 Supreme Court decision would be reversed by a single action.
How an institute brings a taste of Thomism to secular campuses.
Its faith-filled mission continues unabated.
Innovative ways of communicating are paying dividends in helping young Americans to discern religious life.
The 2010 decision to allow abortion funding through the Affordable Care Act continues to sow deep division between congressional Republicans and Democrats.
Following a massive administrative reorganization, the Indiana college makes a push to return to its roots.
The California college will offer classes on its new Massachusetts campus next fall.
Reflecting the military’s faith-friendly environment, most of the president’s high-ranking appointees to military-related positions hail from a Church background.
Assisted suicide, pro-death penalty and legalized marijuana ballot measures were approved, but pro-life candidates performed well overall.
Nine states have joined Catholic institutions to challenge rule requiring doctors to administer hormonal drugs, perform transgender surgeries.
According to analysts, the family-separation debate appears to be aligning evangelical Protestant leaders more closely with Catholic bishops on immigration policy.
Along with upholding Church unity and affirming Church teaching, the Vatican decision also will benefit ecumenical dialogue, Catholic leaders affirm.
Three weeks before Christmas, a ‘miracle’ spared the college from California’s largest wildfire, which erupted adjacent to its campus.
The impact of Luther’s rift continues.
How the Virginia college is celebrating and what staff and students attribute to its longevity.
How some Catholic colleges resisted the secularization of the ’60s.
Author and blogger Leah Libresco Sargeant was convinced of Catholicism’s truth after a rigorous intellectual journey.
According to Pew Research, Latinos, as do most Catholic voters, have doubts about the Republican candidate’s commitment to pro-life issues and other areas identified by the U.S. bishops as being of paramount concern.
A prudential perspective is important, in considering whether such votes are ‘wasted’ or might help elect the least desirable major-party candidate.
Some Catholics aren’t satisfied with both major party 2016 presidential nominees and are scrutinizing other candidates for the nation’s highest political office.
The bill mandates that staff at crisis-pregnancy centers provide referrals to abortion providers, when women say that they want an abortion.
The former VP candidate shows he has learned a lot about combining his faith and politics.
The Late Show host is the vanguard of a new generation of entertainers who are putting their faith front and center in their comedy.
Some of the Democratic frontrunner’s positions on social issues appear to overlap with Catholic teachings, but a wide chasm remains in the crucial area of sexuality and the sanctity of human life.
Mary’s Advocates fills a gap in marriage ministries, by assisting Catholics whose spouses want to leave their sacramental unions.