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Federal court denies the “conscience rights” of medical professionals

The rule would have made it easier for health care professionals to opt out of abortion and other procedures.

Pew survey finds Christianity continuing to diminish in America

The "nones" rise to over 25% and fewer than half of Millennials call themselves Christian.

Priests break ground on the largest Catholic church in North America

St. Charles Borromeo will be larger than St. Patrick's Cathedral and the Baltimore basilica.

The Pledge of Allegiance didn’t originally have “under God” in it

Sixty-two years after the Pledge was first recited in U.S. schools, the Knights of Columbus and others successfully lobbied for the additional words.

Surprise! Survey shows 40% of public school students have seen other students praying

Pew survey shows that contrary to popular belief, a large number of American teenagers live faith-filled lives.

The Washington Monument and the stone that was rejected

Anti-Catholic sentiment almost doomed the construction of a tribute to the first president of the United States.

How the Institute of Christ the King saved a historic Detroit church

Where once there was fear of failure, now there is hope for the future. 

Survey finds that encouragement is key to foster priestly vocations

It takes a village to raise a child, but it takes a supporting word to raise a priest.

Tim Tebow spends his 32nd birthday raising money for his children’s hospital

The goal of $150,000 could provide 150 medical procedures for children in the Philippines

Bishop reminds faithful that Texas’ Marian apparitions are still unapproved

While the Church assumes "good will" all investigations proceed with caution.