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Archdiocese of Milwaukee removes names of two bishops from buildings

The Archdiocese of Milwaukee announced Tuesday that it will remove from archdiocesan buildings the names of two former archbishops who were found to ...

Pope Francis: 'Christianity without tenderness does not work'

Meeting with representatives of a charismatic group dedicated to caring for the sick, Pope Francis on Monday emphasized the need for tenderness as ...

State-level abortion battles continue across the US

A judge blocked a Kentucky law that would prohibit abortion after the detection of a fetal heartbeat, in the latest setback in efforts to ...

Pope Francis calls for 'gestures of peace' in wake of mosque attacks

Pope Francis called for gestures of peace to oppose hatred and violence Sunday in the wake of attacks on two mosques in New Zealand.

Patrick: The saint who knew what it was like to be a slave

Among the most popular saints today, Saint Patrick was a bishop and missionary to Ireland. However, he also spent several years as a slave, and once ...

Cardinal DiNardo hospitalized after 'mild stroke'

The president of the U.S. bishops' conference was hospitalized March 15 after suffering a mild stroke, according to a statement from the Archdiocese ...

Facebook uses AI to tackle revenge porn on social media

Facebook has announced that it will begin using AI software to prevent and restrict the distribution of non-consensual sexual material '" also known ...

Abortion rights advocates to challenge pro-life bills in Kentucky

The Kentucky legislature passed two pro-life bills this week, which are expected to be signed by the governor. The bills, which would ban abortion ...