The U.S. murder rate by firearms is about 20 times the average of other high-income countries. Many blame weak federal regulations that allow people to acquire weapons far too easily.
X may mark the spot at the National Geographic Museum's exhibit "Indiana Jones and the Adventure of Archaeology," which features 100 carefully crafted film props alongside real archaeological finds.
If you've got a good reason for divorce -- adultery, abuse, addiction or abandonment -- fewer than one in four Americans would call that a sin, a new LifeWay Research survey finds.
The Peace Pulpit: "God is always loving us. God is love and somehow, we have to try to be like that -- be love."
Preview: Fr. Stephen Bevans told approximately 800 LCWR members Aug. 13 that only by focusing on the Holy Spirit can they quench the thirsts of the world.
Preview: The controversial investigations of U.S. women religious by the Vatican -- and resulting tensions -- stemmed largely from a "cultural chasm," the group's president said Aug. 12.
Preview: Over the weekend of Aug. 7, about 60 Catholic sisters under the age of 50 met in Kansas City, Kansas, for the annual Giving Voice national gathering.
A federal appeals court ruled that there is no religious rights conflict with a process for nonprofit religious organizations to get around a mandate to provide contraceptive coverage in employee health insurance.
Greg Bourke, an openly gay, revered Boy Scout troop leader, learned Aug. 4 that he still can't be a leader in a local Catholic parish troop.