Barronelle Stutzman is facing death threats and million-dollar lawsuits for adhering to her Christian beliefs.
As the dust settles after nearly 1 million participants returned home from the World Meeting of Families, Philadelphia’s Catholic shepherd reflects on last week’s historic events.
The retired shepherd of the Archdiocese of Chicago became the 11th recipient of the Knights of Columbus’ Gaudium et Spes Award.
The father of modern Satanism, Anton Lavey, called the “Black Mass” a “parody” of Catholic worship, but a Harvard student club says it is not mocking Catholic belief by holding the event on campus.
Some remarkable stories of reconciliation, such as the one between a genocide survivor and the neighbor who murdered her husband, inspire hope for Rwanda's future.
The Love and Fidelity Network’s campaign counters the campus ‘hook-up culture’ that reduces, trivializes and depersonalizes sexuality.
The universality — catholicity — of the Church, on full display, provides comfort and inspiration for participants.
In a June 26 ruling, the court said that Section 3 of DOMA, which defines marriage as the union of one man and one woman for federal purposes, violates the U.S. Constitution’s equal-protection guarantees.
Rep. Chris Smith, R-N.J., led a group of representatives to the Vatican for the inaugural Mass.