Only 24 years removed from Soviet domination, Azerbaijan’s political system is a work in progress.
The tolerance Christendom once extended won’t exist in a post-Christian Europe.
Before the Scopes Monkey Trial, many Protestant Christians were open to the theory of evolution as part of God’s plan
In renouncing the power and glory of the papacy, Pope Benedict is putting the interests of the Catholic Church before his own.
The coffin was removed from the crypts below St. Peter’s Basilica
Reagan would be on the side of religious liberty.
Pope John Paul II is well on his way to sainthood, but Catholics remain divided on his legacy.
George Weigel’s new book explores how John Paul II fought totalitarianism, and how he lived the Christian virtues.
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
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
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