NEWS ANALYSIS: Pope Francis sparked a furor when he urged Chinese Catholics to be ‘good citizens,’ but experts say the Church, by its very nature, remains a thorn in the side of contemporary totalitarian regimes from China to Nicaragua.
Boston Archdiocese’s superintendent of schools Tom Carroll addresses learning based on ‘foundational virtues’ in an interview with the Register.
With Lawmakers Cracking Down on Parental Rights, California Families Weigh Options Amid Looming ‘Impasse’
As LGBTQ themes surface across school curriculum, Kathleen Domingo of the California Catholic Conference explains why opting-out may no longer be possible for Catholic families that want to safeguard their children.
Young pilgrims are heading to World Youth Day in Lisbon and visiting Fatima, spurred by family traditions like homemade Marian shrines.
Our Lady’s message of hope shines brightly in the grotto, a rising star that points us to her Son
The Assembly’s Public Safety Committee blocked the trafficking bill even as the state faces a rise in victims and a new film ‘Sound of Freedom’ spotlights the problem.
‘Human-Centered AI’: How Should the Church Engage With Emerging Artificial Intelligence Technologies?
Father Philip Larrey, a leading Catholic expert in the area, discusses AI’s promises and perils.
Teachers like Sister Aaron may never get the thanks they deserve, but they have done more good than they know.
Some key takeaways from Brett Farley, executive director of the Catholic Conference of Oklahoma, about the first-in-the-nation Catholic charter school with the additional benefit of ‘elevating the soul’