- Sep 18, 2020
The 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. brought together religious and civic leaders in Baltimore to focus on their city’s problems with violence as well as the country’s.
Pope Francis’s favorite film, the 1987 classic Babette’s Feast, is now a stage play, opening last month off-Broadway in a new, stripped-down production that focuses on storytelling rather than overly sensationalized entertainment.
A prominent judge who is retiring soon will help the Saginaw Roman Catholic Diocese deal with allegations of sexual abuse by priests.
Students at Marquette University are moving forward with plans for a “Pride Prom” celebrating the school’s LGBT community despite an online petition from a Catholic group asking the Jesuit school to block it.
Inspired by recent student walkouts over gun control, hundreds of high school and college students across the U.S. took part in a pro-life walkout on Wednesday.
An organization of 1,200 priests has called for revisions in the way seminarians are prepared for ministry so that the U.S. Catholic Church can better address challenges that include declining membership and falling seminary enrollment.