A group of people, mostly migrants, joined Pope Francis from afar as he celebrated Mass that closed his visit to Mexico.
Pope Francis' practice of going to people on the margins of society shows the world how reconciliation can occur when people respect each other as equals and uphold human dignity, said Cardinal Wilfrid Napier of…
By the time the action started at the Sun Bowl Stadium Feb. 17 for the simulcast of Pope Francis' Mass from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, scarcely a few hundred people had arrived.
Tributes to the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia poured in almost as soon as news emerged of his Feb. 13 death at a Texas ranch while on a hunting trip.
Two days before Pope Francis' main event in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, the Diocese of El Paso was coordinating the final touches to its own two main papal events.
In Segundo Barrio, people having been praying day and night for Pope Francis since he set foot in Mexico.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who died of apparent natural causes Feb. 13 while in Texas on a hunting trip, once said in an interview that while he took his Catholic faith seriously, he never…
Even though slavery has been off the books in the United States for more than 150 years, the practice still exists in this country — and elsewhere.
Dominican Father Michael Sweeney brings an evangelizing spirit and academic credentials to his new role as director of the Archdiocese of San Francisco's revamped diaconate formation program.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the longest-serving justice on the Supreme Court, died of apparent natural causes at a resort in West Texas Feb. 13. He was 79.