Parents whose children have Down syndrome or autism spectrum disorders can obtain a Catholic education that integrates their learning with typical students.
Rebuking the abortion lobby group ‘Catholics for Choice,’ the U.S. bishops and lay leaders say Catholic social justice requires Catholics to love both mother and unborn child.
Catholic education is seeing a revival in urban communities, thanks to a Jesuit-inspired model founded on an alliance between the Catholic Church and corporate America.
More than 178 years ago, the Society of Jesus sold 272 black Catholics to Louisiana planters to save the university. But their enduring faith has helped Georgetown take a new direction.
Ethical research has produced treatments that are miracles of modern science — but the transplant process itself is a journey of faith in God, say recipients.
The archdiocese is a defendant in a lawsuit alleging Paramus Catholic High School unlawfully fired coach and guidance counselor Kate Drumgoole after learning of her same-sex union.
Sidewalk counseling is rightly considered the last line of defense in the pro-life movement, by saving lives through genuine compassion.
The United States is below population replacement levels due to a variety of cultural, economic, and racial factors, including the birth collapse among Latinos.
The world’s newest nation is majority-Christian and fraught with violence — and the Church holds the keys to making peace a reality.
For Catholic and Christian colleges, the battle for religious freedom may depend on showing legislators how they serve vulnerable populations.