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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.

Georgia governor signs “Heartbeat Bill,” restricts abortions past 6 weeks

Georgia becomes the fourth state to pass such legislation, which is already being challenged.

Study finds 56% of U.S. adults have faced hardship due to medical expenses

The American Cancer Society warns that this hardship may only increase in the future.

Head of pharmaceutical firm found guilty, bribed doctors to prescribe unneeded drugs

Prosecutors said the firm's action fueled the opioid epidemic and cost many lives.

California confession bill a danger to all religions, says Dominican priest

Priests would be forced to chose between Church doctrine and state law, excommunication and incarceration.

Detroit priest hires homeless to help clean up the city

Better Way Detroit is the result of priestly efforts to help the homeless community.

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