NEWS ANALYSIS: A new report from the U.S. Civil Rights Commission, and related comments by its chairman, have sown fears that people of faith are being smeared as bigots.
Author explains the lessons learned from past Church leaders who struggled to establish a beachhead in an often hostile land, while critiquing the blind spots of the assimilationists that still haunt us today.
The families of Sisters Margaret Held and Paul Merrill have said they would ask local prosecutors not to seek the death penalty for confessed murderer Rodney Earl Sanders.
A comprehensive new survey about sexuality and gender, undertaken by leading medical experts, concludes that key theories are unsupported by scientific evidence.
Author Mary Eberstadt talks about the enemies of religious freedom in her latest book: ‘No one’s religious freedom is safe when anti-Christian ideologues write the rules.’
NEWS ANALYSIS: GOP delegates gave Trump a standing ovation at the close of the 2016 convention in Cleveland, but Sen. Ted Cruz’s refusal to endorse his onetime rival hinted at problems ahead as the battle shifts to the general election
Bishop Barron reflects on his new ministry as a bishop in the Golden State, his friendship with the late Cardinal George of Chicago, new plans for his global apostolate and the timely subject of his latest book.