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Atlanta church leads action on Pope Francis’ environmental edict

The pope's call to protect the environment, Laudato Si', has touched Protestants as well as Catholics.

Catholic soccer star Rose Lavelle followed her hero’s footsteps to World Championship

The St. Vincent Ferrer school alum will be an inspiration to many student athletes.

Americans aged 60+ spend most of their waking hours alone

The epidemic of loneliness is expected to rise in the next decade.

“America the Beautiful”: A lasting prayer for the U.S.A.

What seems like a patriotic song is really an intercessory prayer.

These Catholic churches offer the homeless a place to sleep

The Gubbio Project is helping use church pews to provide a safe place for the desperately poor.

Ohio doctor faces 25 murder charges for prescribing opioids

Families who believed their loved ones passing was "God's will" were horrified to find probable malpractice.

Padre Pio’s relics will tour the US and Canada twice in 2019

Plan your pilgrimage for the veneration of the stigmatic saint.

U.S. fertility rate is at an all time low for all but churchgoers

Experts warn that there are no easy solutions to the growing problem.

Mothering Sunday: The Christian roots of Mother’s Day

Christians of the Renaissance would use the holiday for a trip to their "mother church."

Museum of the Bible displays 19th-century “Slave Bible”

The edition removed nearly 80% of content, leaving only passages that promote slavery.

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