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The Catholic vote split 50-50 between the two parties, the Pew Research Center said

‘We are not just meditating on the reality of death but on Christ’s victory over death’

There are now more self-described witches than there are members of some mainline Protestant denominations

‘High fertility is not the product of ignorance,’ says Dr Catherine Pakaluk

She was sentenced to death after allegedly insulting the Islamic prophet Muhammad

The former cardinal will lead a life of prayer and penance at St Fidelis Capuchin Friary in Victoria, Kansas

A theologian offers advice for Catholic voters faced with a difficult choice

‘Even with her broken heart, she said ‘yes Lord, your will and not mine’

Marie Collins said canon law had more often been used to protect the abuser than to punish him

Catholic parishes could consider apologising to same-sex attracted people, Fr Martin said