Former Boston Archbishop Outed In Pedophilia Scandal Dies

World | Joshua Gill
Cardinal Bernard Law waves to the faithful at the end of a ceremony for Our Lady of the Snows, in the Basilica of St. Mary Major in Rome, August 5, 2004. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi/File Photo

‘Love for the church’

Pope Francis Adds A New Path To Sainthood

World | Joshua Gill
Pope Francis opens the Holy Door in Saint John Lateran basilica in Rome, Italy, December 13, 2015. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini - RTX1YG1Z

Death for the good of others

A Paean To Freedom In Poland

Opinion | John Linder
U.S. President Donald Trump gives a public speech at Krasinski Square in Warsaw, Poland July 6, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

The president made it clear that out challenge is not of might. It is of will.

Moderate Muslim Ally Azerbaijan Needs Constructive Critics

Opinion | Asim Nazim Mollazade

Only 24 years removed from Soviet domination, Azerbaijan’s political system is a work in progress.

Europe's Uncertain Values: Christianity, Or Secularism And Decline?

Opinion | Fr. Benedict Kiely

The tolerance Christendom once extended won’t exist in a post-Christian Europe.

Pope John Paul II: A life in pictures [SLIDESHOW]

Slideshow | Rachel Stoltzfoos

Pretty chill guy

Should Republicans continue to reject evolution?

Politics | Matt K. Lewis
Romney supporters react after he was projected to lose during his election night rally in Boston

Before the Scopes Monkey Trial, many Protestant Christians were open to the theory of evolution as part of God’s plan

The renunciation of Pope Benedict XVI

Opinion | Ken Blackwell

In renouncing the power and glory of the papacy, Pope Benedict is putting the interests of the Catholic Church before his own.

Romney ad: Obama has declared 'war on religion' - TheDC

Elections | Caroline May

Ad highlights Romney’s campaign trip to Poland, praises Pope John Paul II

Pope's body exhumed ahead of beatification - MSNBC

World | Vince Coglianese

The coffin was removed from the crypts below St. Peter’s Basilica

What would Reagan do about Egypt?

Opinion | Ken Blackwell

Reagan would be on the side of religious liberty.

Pope John Paul ... the Great?

Opinion | John Gerardi

Pope John Paul II is well on his way to sainthood, but Catholics remain divided on his legacy.

The End and the Beginning: George Weigel

Opinion | Mark Judge

George Weigel’s new book explores how John Paul II fought totalitarianism, and how he lived the Christian virtues.

A brief look at the pope's British visit - AP

World | admin

The highlight of the tour takes place in Birmingham in central England, where the pope will formally beatify Cardinal John Henry Newman, one of the most prominent 19th-century converts from the Church of England

Catholic sex abuse crisis calls for reform

Opinion | John Rossomando

This reform should remind the bishops and the faithful alike of their shared pastoral mission not only to preach the Catholic faith, but to also live it in their daily lives

Papal gunman Mehmet Ali Agca released from prison

World | AJ

Mehmet Ali Agca, the gunman who tried to kill pope John Paul II in 1981, has been released from prison in Turkey after almost three decades behind bars