The Dominican Republic's top prosecutor said Wednesday he plans to investigate claims of sexual abuse allegedly committed by the apostolic nuncio to the Dominican Republic.
Letter: Fr. Miguel d'Escoto Brockmann critiques U.S. foreign policy and how it affects the image of the United States around the world.
Opinion: Let us all support the peace movement by doing what we can: marching on Washington, speaking out, sitting in and engaging in nonviolent direct action.
There's a constituency with more at stake than Western countries that would likely deliver a resounding no to force in Syria: Syria's Christians.
As the Obama administration prepares to respond to the use of chemical weapons in Syria, what are the ethicists saying about the morality of military intervention?
As speculation mounted about Western air strikes on Syria, Catholic leaders in Europe warned intervention could lead to an escalation of hostilities.
Julia Esquivel, internationally known poet and longtime activist, lives quietly in a pleasant home in the heart of Guatemala's capital.
At first, it all seemed rather simple and straightforward when Dennis Smith decided to head to Guatemala as a lay missioner.
A key U.S. bishop is calling on the United States to aim for a cease-fire in Syria, echoing sentiments expressed by Pope Francis.
Pope Francis and Jordan's King Abdullah II reaffirmed that dialogue is the "only option" to end the conflict in Syria, just as the United States and its European allies consider launching a military strike against the regime of President Bashar Assad.
The two leaders met for the first time Thursday at the Vatican. The pontiff and the king, accompanied by his wife, Queen Rania, talked in private for 20 minutes.
According to an official Vatican statement, during the meeting "special attention" was given to Syria's "tragic situation."