Details emerge in stunning break-in of nuclear facility; singing protesters offered bread to guards Confronted by a heavily armed guard, Megan Rice, an 82-year-old nun; Greg Boertje-Obed, 57, a housepainter and military veteran; and Michael Walli, 63, a gardener and Roman Catholic layman began reading a statement about their beliefs and opposition to nuclear weapons
Autrailia's senior priests targeted in child abuse coverup roles Investigators are preparing a brief of evidence into the involvement of three of the Catholic Church's most senior members
Catholic business owners win temporary halt to Obama birth control mandate A Colorado business owned by a Catholic family does not have to comply with President Barack Obama's new healthcare mandate that private employers provide employees with insurance coverage of birth control, a Colorado federal judge has ruled
Australian Catholic Bishops Conference to host largest youth festival since World Youth Day 2008 In December 2013 the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference will host the first Australian Catholic Youth Festival. The Festival will be held in the Archdiocese of Melbourne
Influential Catholic monk says Vancouver an example for religious dialogue in Syria The Catholic monk, expelled on June 16 from war-torn Syria for protesting the repressive regime of President Bashar Assad, has been in Vancouver in part to get out the message that the religiously diverse residents of this city can help save lives in the Middle East.