Muslim-Led Parents’ Group Protests LGBT Curriculum Mandate in Maryland School System
The Long Tradition of Catholics in Baseball
One Year After its Initial Release, ‘What Is A Woman?’ Passes 177 Million Views on Twitter Within A Week
California Honors Anti-Catholic Drag Group ‘Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence’ at State Capitol
LGBTQ+ May Seem New, but It Grew From an Old Ideology
‘To Respond to the Needs of Our Times’: New Fundamental Law for Vatican City State Kicks In
Wanted: Open, Honest Dialogue on the Liturgy
Corpus Christi: The Eucharist Is Essential for Our Survival
User’s Guide to the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ
Congress Must Act Against Online Child Exploitation, U.S. Bishops Say
The bishops’ letter alluded to Catholic failures to protect children from sexual abuse by clergy in the U.S., failures that have only been brought to light in the last two decades.
Pope Francis is Recovering in Same Hospital Room Where Pope John Paul II Was Treated
Religious leaders around the world have expressed their well-wishes and prayers for Pope Francis as he recovers in hospital.
Office of Gov. Ron DeSantis Confirms Sending Migrants to Catholic Charities in California
According to the statement, the migrants were sent to the California Catholic Charities to receive care because it is a federally funded charity in a sanctuary city.
Priest in Mexico Saves Three Children After Gang Violence Leaves One Dead and Church Shot Up
A priest rescued three abandoned children in a Mexican town following a gang confrontation that left one dead and a Catholic church riddled with bullets.
Six Jesuits Reportedly Under Investigation for Cover-Up of Sexual Abuse in Bolivia
However, it hasn’t been determined whether these religious are part of the group of eight former provincial superiors who were suspended by the order at the beginning of May as part of the internal investigations of the order.