President Trump will visit a Florida parochial school, where low-income students receive tuition subsidies, to promote school vouchers, but a Notre Dame study finds that such programs may harm Catholic parishes.
The Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family will be replaced by a new institute with a broader mission and field of study founded by Pope Francis.
Tour will include stops in New York, Washington and Detroit.
Culture of Life
Planned Parenthood’s president and the leader of Donald Trump’s pro-life coalition are two women who have lived very different lives and champion very different causes.
Authored by prominent Catholic scholars, the paper argues that the federal standards are ‘incompatible’ with Catholic education.
Arts & Entertainment
St. John Paul II National Shrine hosts relics and history of lawyer-saint.
Arts & Entertainment
Jeffrey Fiske’s adaptation of Mary Eberstadt’s 2010 best-seller will make its premiere on Sept. 29 at The Catholic University of America.
Masses, confession and workshops intended to assist in living chaste lives were offered to participants at the event, held on the campus of The Catholic University of America.
Christian-themed plays delight theatergoers in Washington, ahead of new runs.
The 280-page report that documents the dire plight of Middle-Eastern faithful was unveiled at a March 10 event in Washington.
The son of an evangelical Cuban pastor has adopted defending the U.S. Constitution, free speech and the cause of religious liberty as key parts of his agenda.
The Florida senator — who if elected would be the second Catholic president — is solidly pro-life but has faced GOP criticism over immigration and economic policy.
Why ‘theology of presence’ is key to solid Catholic education.
The university is currently engaged in a review of its curriculum, at a time when Catholic identity remains a hot-button issue at U.S. Catholic colleges.
A former Anglican priest said, ‘Every now and then, a momentous event takes place. Few if any since the Reformation have more significance than Anglicanorum Coetibus.’
The author's prizewinning novel Resting Places recounts a woman’s cross-country search for meaning after her son’s accidental death.
The founder of Women for Faith and Family and the editor of the Adoremus Bulletin died Oct. 20 at the age of 75.