Editorial: The public needs to watch one of President Obama's executive orders on gun control carefully to ensure it is implemented fully.
Even before President Barack Obama released details of his plan to reduce gun violence, governors and state legislative leaders were taking action on their own.
New York became the first state to change its gun laws since the Dec. 14 shooting in Newtown, Conn.
Religious leaders urged tough measures against gun violence the day before President Obama announced gun control proposals that largely matched their pleas.
A Catholic hospital in Colorado has argued in court documents that it is not liable for the deaths of twin 7-month-old fetuses because those fetuses are not people under state law.
Analysis: Today's March for Life may feel that momentum is turning toward them, but little has changed in this bitter culture war.
While some Christians are particularly concerned that religious freedoms are being eroded in this country, they want Judeo-Christians to dominate the culture.
Four journalists told a program sponsored by The Catholic University of America that Obama could be successful, but only if Americans work together.
NCR Today: Sixty-four Catholics signed a letter calling on Catholic members of Congress to follow the church's teaching on the ethic of life by standing up to the NRA.
The Catholic owners of an Illinois health services consulting company have won a temporary restraining order against the state's contraceptive mandate.
A federal appeals court dismissed an ACLU challenge to a contract between the Department of Health and Human Services and the USCCB, saying the case was moot because the contract expired.