Over 200 Catholic university students and alumni have penned an Open Letter to the Synod on Youth, saying that young people want the truth. The unambiguous truth. Not watered down teachings, false embellishments, weak instruction, and a Church that changes with the times.
In what is being called the greatest split in the Orthodox Church of modern history, the Russian Orthodox Church has officially cut ties with the Constantinople Patriarchate and are now in "schism" with each other.
In an address to his weekly audience in Saint Peter's Square, Pope Francis compared having abortion to "hiring a hitman to solve a problem."In an address to his weekly audience in Saint Peter's Square, Pope Francis compared having abortion to "hiring a hitman to solve a problem."
The South Korean Presidential Office has announced that Pope Francis has received a formal invitation from North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un to visit their capital, Pyongyang.
After converting to Catholicism, Princess Alexandra of Hanover, a member of the Royal Family of Monaco, was removed from her distant position in the line of succession for the British Crown.
The Book of Exodus tells perhaps the most iconic story found in the Bible, where Moses leads the Israelites away from slavery in Egypt. Could these recently discovered ruins near the Jordan river provide archaeological evidence for the Exodus?
In a statement published on the Catholic Standard, the Archdiocesan newspaper for Washington D.C., Cardinal Donald Wuerl announced that he will travel to Rome to meet with Pope Francis and ask him to accept his resignation as Archbishop.
According to a leaked document, between 1946 and 2014 in Germany, 1,670 Catholic clerics and priests sexually abused 3,677 minors, mostly underage males. The "strictly confidential" study...
In a statement released by the Vatican Press Office, Pope Francis has announced that he is summoning the presidents of the Bishops Conferences from around the world to discuss the sex abuse scandal that has rocked the Church.
During a seminar last Saturday in the Vatican, Pope Francis told newly ordained bishops that they must work to fight abuse and the culture behind it: "just say no to abuse of power, conscience or any type."