The Vatican Charasma’s reflections on his personal life “merit respect” but his planned demonstration days before the Synod on the Family is set to begin was “grave and irresponsible.”
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Aboard his return flight to Rome, Pope Francis said government officials have a moral right to refuse to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. He also spoke sternly about clergy sex abuse.
WASHINGTON (RNS) The pope delivered a strong address to the shepherds of the U.S. Catholic church but the flock heard love and respect threaded through his homily.
Highlights from the Catholic vice president’s exclusive interview with the Jesuit magazine America: God gives you the gift to get up and get going.
(RNS) The church in the U.S. is more than a third Hispanic — a young and growing community that forms the face of the American Catholic future.
Catholic bishops coax reluctant parishes to step up to Pope Francis’ call to take in Muslim refugee families.
HONOLULU (RNS) Artist Masami Teraoka’s newest works blend Bill Clinton, Monica Lewinsky and Italian Renaissance paintings to comment on the clergy sex abuse scandal.
(RNS) A new survey offers an original way of viewing the spectrum of American Catholicism that Pope Francis will encounter this month on his first U.S. visit.