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Phu Nguyen's great-great-great-grandfather died for abiding by his faith. "I think it's a powerful reminder of the faith that I have," he said.
The University of Notre Dame launched a new campaign to reinforce a message of inclusion of LGBTQ student-athletes wrapped in the wider message of the Catholic faith.
A retired archbishop, known as a bridge-builder between Catholics and Muslims throughout the world, was awarded the highest honor given by Australian Catholic University.
More than half (55 percent) of the nation's estimated 19.6 million Hispanics identify as Catholic, according a new report, but that's 12 percentage points below 2010.
Norman Carroll says he is an Episcopal deacon today rather than a Roman Catholic one largely because of a one-on-one conversation in February 2013.
HARLEM NOCTURNE: WOMEN ARTISTS AND PROGRESSIVE POLITICS DURING WORLD WAR II
By Farah Jasmine Griffin
Published by Basic Civitas, $26.99
Pope Francis' exhortation for priests to smell like the sheep have made these priests more confident in engaging issues of labor and work.