‘We are full of hope and confidence,’ the nuncio to South Korea said

The order is challenging the secular consensus at elite universities

The majority of Americans aged 18-34, and men in general, find it acceptable

In a 7-2 vote, the Supreme Court ruled in favour of Masterpiece Cakeshop

The largest settlement ever in a bankruptcy case involving clerical abuse

Hawaiian Catholics explain how they are struggling to cope as Mount Kilauea erupts

The law permitting assisted suicide was struck down earlier this month

Students at Immaculate Heart school outside LA waved British and American flags at a pre-wedding party

Wolfe drew on a tradition of conservative satire and politically incorrect social criticism

Fr Augustus Tolton was a former slave who became the first African-American diocesan priest