Researchers said this is the first papacy where political polarisation stands out

Those who want to change practice on Communion for divorced-and-remarried couples could exploit a rather awkward sentence

The new cathedral comes amid a growth in the Church in the southern United States

Cardinal Wuerl says apostolic exhortation ‘is a call to compassionate accompaniment’

Why did a request from Pope Francis throw a respected American Catholic charity into crisis?

The protesters seemed more intent on play-acting as radicals than changing minds

Bishop John Stowe of Lexington called for God’s blessing on those acting in civil disobedience

Texan Bishops told parishes to stop working with Texas Right to Life

‘Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination’ opens May 10 at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art

The US theologian said the Church’s catholicity is being dissolved