We say: Notre Dame, with the approval of its local bishop, has decided to establish a student organization for LGBT students, a move that deserves recognition.
Dec 21, 2012-Jan 3, 2012
An influential Swiss abbot has attracted attention throughout Europe and has been welcomed by the future president of the Swiss bishops’ conference.
Some have detected a sense of drift in Poland since John Paul's death. Secularization and human misjudgments have played a part.
Viewpoint: On one hand, the Obama administration defended bombing the Gaza Strip; however, it was also responsible for stopping the assault.
New Vatican rules will not compel Catholic charities around the world to renounce government money, officials in the Vatican say.
When the church affirms the importance of how the faithful understand matters of faith and morals, it is not saying beliefs are open to a popular vote, Pope Benedict XVI said.
Largely a change in structure and staffing, the plan will maintain each parish's identity while pushing parishes toward a renewed focus on evangelization.
Column: What better time to shop with a conscience than Christmas, the spiritual-gone-secular holiday now synonymous with "shop till you drop"?