Matt Hadro/CNA

A US drone strike that killed a top Iranian official on Friday has ignited discussion of the Catholic Church’s teaching on just war theory

More than 200 members of Congress have asked the Supreme Court to address Roe’s ‘unworkable’ finding of a ‘right to abortion’

A violent attack at ‘Mary’s Shrine’ in Washington DC on Tuesday shook the community and prompted prayer and solidarity among staff and regular attendees

Four members of Congress have requested that the Department of Justice use obscenity laws already on the statute book to prosecute major pornography producers and distributors

Two new lawsuits were filed against Theodore McCarrick and New Jersey dioceses this week, after the state temporarily lifted its statute of limitations on sexual abuse allegations.

Hungary is promoting pro-family policies because its Christian identity is at stake, the country’s family minister said

Hungary has seen a surge in marriages in 2019, but not a corresponding rise in birth rates

The new vice president of the US bishops’ conference says he wants to bring a spirit of evangelism to the organization

A national third-party reporting system for allegations of abuse, neglect, or misconduct against bishops could be activated by February 2020

The results of the Vatican’s investigation of Theodore McCarrick should be published by early 2020, Cardinal Sean O’Malley of Boston told US bishops