"I'm a Catholic nun. I'm standing up for trans people"
That is what being a Catholic sister is about.
How Catholic bishops influence the Supreme Court
Veteran journalist Mary Jo McConahay told Newsweek that conservative Catholics are "very influential" when it comes to Supreme Court nominations.
FBI used undercover agent to target Catholic Church: Jim Jordan
Jordan issued a subpoena to FBI Director Christopher Wray as part of the latest move to investigated the leaked memo from February.
Church sex predators told victims abuse was "God's will," Maryland AG says
In its 463-page report, the attorney general accuses 156 within the clergy, mostly priests, over six decades.
Josh Hawley accuses Merrick Garland's DOJ of spying on Catholics
"Apparently on your watch, this Justice Department is targeting Catholics, targeting people of faith specifically, for their faith views," said Hawley.
Pope Francis condemning gay marriage bans highlights Catholic "civil war"
"The question at the heart of the conflict, is Francis a legitimate Pope?" one conservative commentator wrote on Twitter.
Pope Francis: Being gay is a sin but not a crime
Laws discriminating against gay people are "unjust," the leader of the Catholic Church has said.
Pope Benedict's troubled legacy
Benedict XVI had an "acute theological mind" but "an exceedingly poor grasp of the world in which he lived," according to the University of Southern California's Sheila Briggs.
Former Pope Benedict dead at 95: Tributes flood in for ex-church leader
Benedict XVI became the first pope to resign from office in almost 600 years when he stepped down in 2013.
Pope Benedict's full history with Vladimir Putin
The ailing pope met with the Russian president in 2007 in what would be the first of several high-level meetings to restore relations between the two.
Pope Francis laments 'famine of peace' in Christmas message
The pope called for an end of the war in Ukraine, and asked people to continue paying attention to conflicts and humanitarian issues around the world.
Pope reveals what he regrets after years of power: "I made a mistake"
"I did what the Holy Spirit was telling me I had to do," the pope said in a recent interview.
Catholic official criticizes pope, calls for allowing clergy to watch porn
"The devil comes from there," the pope said about pornography.
Christians condemn Megan Fox, Machine Gun Kelly for priest-inspired costume
The celebrity couple offended many over the weekend after they dressed as a Catholic priest and sexy worshipper.
Pope Warns Putin's Actions Raise Threat of Nuclear Attack: 'Catastrophic'
"I deeply deplore the grave situation that has arisen in recent days, with further actions contrary to the principles of international law," Pope Francis said.
Pope Francis Welcomes Denzel Washington, J. Balvin and Others to Vatican
The ecumenical summit will take place in Vatican City from August 31 to September 1.
Pope to Hold Rare Series of Meetings Amid Health Concerns
The 85-year-old pontiff said last month that he would have to slow down or "think about the possibility of stepping aside."
Internet Applauds Teen Who Refuses to 'De-Baptize' Aunt
In her now-viral Reddit post, the teen said she performed a witch "baptism" on her aunt, in which she declared her aunt a witch and "the lawful wife of Satan."
Pope Francis Dismisses Reports of Resigning in the Near Future
According to a recent interview, Pope Francis said that the idea that he would step down as pope has "never entered my mind."
Catholic Church Prepares for Attacks From Abortion-Rights Activists
"Make sure you have ushers and or security available during your services and perhaps identify who among your volunteers and parishioners are law enforcement," an internal memo says.
Pregnant Woman on Vacation Refused Life-Saving Abortion Due to Country Ban
An American tourist who suffered a miscarriage in Malta has been denied a potentially life-saving abortion.
Black or Asian Pope Tipped To Succeed Francis if He Resigns
Bookmakers see Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle from the Philippines and Ghanaian Cardinal Peter Turkson as the front-runners to lead the Catholic Church should Pope Francis decide to step down.
Three Living Popes? Francis Retirement Could Create 'Worst-Case Scenario'
A recent colon surgery, mobility issues and a series of events bolstering Pope Francis' legacy have made Vatican experts wonder if the pope is about to quit.
Catholic Exorcists Say They Are Overloaded With 'Possessed' People: Study
Exorcists appealed for more aid from psychologists to help them sift between the "possessed" and the mentally ill.
Whoopi Comes to Pelosi's Defense Over Communion Ban, 'It's Not Your Job'
"This is not your job, dude!" Whoopi Goldberg said on "The View," calling Pelosi's ban an attack on the separation of church and state.
No, the Kardashians Aren't Catholic—They Have Their Own Church
The Kardashians' faith has become a talking point on social media, after Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Scott's Italian wedding featured Catholic themes.
Regular Pro-Abortion Protest at Church Goes Viral After Roe v Wade Leak
A typical Mother's Day service turned into sifting past armed police while maneuvering barricades and shouters from each side.
Video of Girl 'Slamming' First Communion Wine Has Internet in Stitches
After returning the goblet—presumably, once its contents were finished—Brynley demurely crossed her hands in front of her dress and returned to her seat.
Marjorie Taylor Greene Clarifies How 'Satan Is Controlling' Catholic Church
Greene insisted that Catholic leadership was under satanic control and alleged that Catholic League President Bill Donohue was a "craven enabler" of child sex abuse.
During the Easter Season, Catholics Across the Country Call for Reparations
We must ask ourselves, how are we going to atone for the systemic evils that oppressed so many people in this country for centuries? How can we always keep this lesson of Easter before us?