Sr. Cristina Scuccia, a 25-year-old nun from Sicily, has electrified "The Voice of Italy," and a record number of people tuned in to watch her sing Wednesday.
Previously, Canada's Jesuits were divided into French- and English-speaking provinces. Combining the men would challenge them to work across one of Canada's most enduring cultural divides.
Opinion: To prevent future tragedies fueled by hate like Sunday's shooting at a Jewish community center, we must begin by getting to know others and showing we care.
Book review: In vignettes from young Catholics in their 20s and 30s, Hungering and Thirsting for Justice shows members of the faithful living out the Gospel with their actions.
A full-page ad in the New York Times on Palm Sunday contained a passionate plea to Pope Francis to stand up for youth on the streets.
Fr. Rick Nagel was touched when he visited Macklin Swinney in the hospital and heard what the young man was giving up for Lent.
During a snowstorm, Uruguayan singer-songwriter Luis Alfredo Diaz Britos began to write a musical about the life of Archbishop Oscar Romero.
Pope Francis praised the dedication of the retired patriarch of the Chaldean Catholic Church, Cardinal Emmanuel-Karim Delly, 86, who died Tuesday in a hospital in San Diego, according to the California-based Chaldean Catholic Eparchy of St. Peter the Apostle.
In a telegram of condolence to Patriarch Louis Sako of Baghdad, Pope Francis recalled "with deep gratitude the late patriarch's dedication to his people and to the promotion of respectful, just and peaceful relations with followers of other religious traditions."
A transgender college sophomore has filed a complaint against a Christian university in Oregon after school officials said he couldn't live with other men on campus during the forthcoming school year.
Jayce M., as he is identified in the George Fox University student newspaper, has been undergoing a female-to-male transition, and next week, a judge is expected to issue a court order allowing him to change his gender on his birth certificate and Social Security card.
Had the controversial divestment resolution passed, it would have made Loyola's student body the first at a Catholic university to adopt the position.