Nearly two months after a devastating fire, Mass will once again be celebrated within the Notre Dame Cathedral on Sunday.
Pope Francis decreed Father Augustus Tolton, former slave to first ever ordained black diocesan priest, one step closer to sainthood as venerable.
Amidst a legal battle over a convent real estate sale, Sister Rita Callanan says singer Katy Perry has "blood on her hands."
Costa Rica is considering legislation that would threaten the seal of confession, inspired by a recently introduced California bill that would do the same.
Bishop Paprocki of Springfield has barred pro-abortion Illinois legislators from receiving the Holy Eucharist in his diocese.
The Democrat Majority in the House of Representatives have removed "so help me God" from the oaths witnesses take prior to giving testimony.
After a conviction for "historical abuse charges," Cardinal George Pell's legal team has made opening arguments setting out the case for his appeal.
Pope Francis has approved a revision third edition of the Italian Missal, including changes to the Lord's Prayer and Gloria.
Acquired by the University of Notre Dame in England, the G.K. Chesterton Library will be made into a public exhibit for fans of the prince of paradox.
Pope Francis said he reacted to the accusations of heresy against himself by theologians earlier this month "with a sense of humor."