A researcher from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum says she hopes the opening of the Pius XII archives will give historians a fuller, more transparent image of the wartime pope
The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, DC, will remain open with a normal Mass and confession schedule
A hospice in Canada has lost its funding and is being forced to close after refusing to offer and perform medically assisted suicides.
Disgraced former archbishop Theodore McCarrick’s coat of arms has been earased from the Cathedral of St Matthew the Apostle in Washington, D.C.
Disgraced former archbishop Theodore McCarrick’s coat of arms has been earased from the Cathedral of St Matthew the Apostle in Washington,
The world must raise their voices and stand up for persecuted Christians, Hungarian State Secretary for the Aid of Persecuted
An estimated 10,000 pilgrims travelled from both near and far to attend Mass at the opening of the National Prayer
The Episcopal Diocese of Southern Virginia will no longer hold an episcopal consecration and ordination at a Catholic parish in
Bishop Barry Knestout of the Diocese of Richmond has issued a statement responding to concerns that a local parish church
Christian communities in the Middle East are likely to suffer renewed persecution in any instability following recent U.S. airstrikes, experts
A new analysis from the Pew Research Center shows that many Catholic priests are holding to Pope Francis’ advice to