Alexia Kelley, former advisor to the Obama administration, has been named president of FADICA, Foundations and Donors Interested in Catholic Activities.
Being hired as the first full-time director of Hispanic ministry in the Diocese of Colorado Springs, Colo., is a dream come true for Javier Cervantes.
This Veterans Day, denominational leaders are calling on more churches to find ways to minister to the men and women recently returned from Iraq and Afghanistan.
In 1996, Fabian Bruskewitz, then Lincoln's bishop, issued a blanket decree excommunicating anyone part of Call To Action Nebraska. Where are they now?
Diane Dougherty, 67, became a fleeting media sensation Oct. 20 with her ordination in the Association of Roman Catholic Women Priests.
Miguel Diaz, preparing to leave his post as U.S. ambassador to the Holy See, acknowledged tensions between the Obama administration and the U.S. Catholic bishops.
Engineers Without Borders is just one example of how engineers of all ages help make the world a better place.
Jesuit Fr. James Martin is busy spreading the faith in magazines, on Facebook and Twitter, and on TV shows like "The Colbert Report."
A California pastor competed in the Ironman World Championship in Hawaii this year, possibly the first Catholic priest to cross the finish line.
Statements on preaching and ways bishops can respond using new technologies to modern-day challenges to their teaching authority are among the items the U.S. bishops will consider when they gather in Baltimore for their annual fall assembly.
Set for Nov. 12-15, the assembly also will consider a statement on work and the economy proposed by the Committee on Domestic Justice and Human Development as a way to raise the profile of growing poverty and the struggles that unemployed people are experiencing.