Essay: Fifty years ago today, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. stood on the Lincoln Memorial and told millions of people about his dream.
An independent investigation by St. John's University found "no criminal wrongdoing" on the part of its recently retired president, but "errors in judgment" by top university officials over financial conflicts of interest and lack of disclosure to the school's board of trustees.
Fast-food workers across the U.S. plan to walk off their jobs Thursday in a daylong strike as part of a push for higher wages.
An unlikely chain of events made him a stand-in for every priest who has ever ministered to the faithful in an emergency.
Newark, N.J., Archbishop John J. Myers faces new questions concerning his handling of clergy sex abuse allegations while he was bishop in Peoria, Ill., more than a decade ago.
Opinion: Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream still lives five decades later. Today, we honor his legacy by continuing his work.
A new group of Benedictine monks uses Latin and liturgy to reach out to those whose faith was weak or nonexistent.
The rising rate of obesity among all Americans is not lost on church leaders or the priests themselves.
An Irish-born priest ordained in the U.S. who became a bishop in the Peruvian Andes died Monday at the age of 83.
Bishop William Molloy McDermott, who was ordained to the priesthood in 1955 and worked for several years in the diocese of Birmingham, Ala., moved to Peru in the early 1960s, serving at a rural parish in Huancarama.
In 1976, Pope Paul VI named him an auxiliary bishop of Huancavelica, in the Peruvian Andes. He became bishop of the diocese in 1982 and served there for 23 years until he suffered a stroke and retired in 2005.
Fifty years ago, on the morning of the March on Washington, he major news outlets were predicting the march would be a bust.