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Nations and tribes have been hit hard by the pandemic, but Catholics have played an important role in seeing successes in the fight against the coronavirus.
The Black Catholic tradition comes from Black Catholics and is open to all, but parish closures risk losing a treasure to be shared.
Bishop Joseph Strickland founded the St. Philip Institute as the heart of his mission to radically transform the Diocese of Tyler, Texas, into a teaching diocese that would bring people into an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ.
The only Middle East country with a Christian head of state is now in an unprecedented state due to a harbor explosion of chemicals more destructive than wartime devastation.
NEWS ANALYSIS: A new report from Aid to the Church in Need makes clear Christians need to see fundamental changes now to start thriving and to stem their continuing departure from their homeland.
Father John Killackey discusses with the Register a photo that went viral of him walking in his cassock toward a terrible interstate accident where he gave the last rites to a truck driver.
Rep. Chris Smith, R-N.J., says his commitment to fighting trafficking and protecting the unborn child are deeply rooted in his Catholic faith.
Black and white Catholics reflect on the concrete ways their experience can help the Church become more integrated in its diversity.
The Knights of Peter Claver is a family-based Catholic organization born from the Black Catholic patrimony and open to all Catholic men and women.