Twelve professors at the St. Paul, Minn., university say "the pastoral state of the archdiocese is not sustainable."
Faith & Parish
The family under discussion when the extraordinary Synod of Bishops convenes at the Vatican Oct. 5 will bear little resemblance to the family of 50 or even 20 years ago.
Global Sisters Report: If you want out of the St. Joseph County lock-up and can't make bail, it's to Sr. Sue Kintzele you make your case.
In a "state of the diocese" address, Bishop Frank Caggiano announced plans to return his nearly 9,000-square-foot home to its original purpose: a seminary.
Emphasizing that diversity does not preclude unity, nearly a thousand Christian leaders, politicians and laypeople gathered in Washington to launch a massive effort on behalf of the minority communities of the Middle East.
When St. Francis International School opened its doors for the first day of classes, it seemed the world arrived on its doorstep.
The National Diaper Bank Network helps provide about 98 million diapers annually to needy families who can't afford them.
It didn't take long for conservative critics to turn on Cardinal Timothy Dolan after he lauded the decision to allow gay groups to march in New York's annual St. Patrick's Day parade.
Commentary: We need everyone, men and women of all races, to stand together as we address the problems that most of us could recite in our sleep
The diocese of Baton Rouge has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse a Louisiana Supreme Court decision that a priest may be compelled to testify as to what he heard in the confessional in 2008 concerning an abuse case.
The legal step is the latest in a case involving Fr. Jeffrey Bayhi, pastor of St. John the Baptist Church in Zachary, La., and the sanctity of the seal of confession.