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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.

Airport chaplain prepares passengers for spiritual lift-off

Father Chris Piasta makes sure his floating congregants have their faith in the upright and locked position.

Vatican Radio begins broadcasting the news in Latin

New programming meant to "breathe new life" into the official Church language.

Your chance to see inside the walls of a Dominican cloister

In just 12 months, these nuns of New Jersey managed to plan, fundraise, and expand their monastery.

African Americans welcome Archbishop Gregory to Washington

New leader has special appeal to a demographic that makes up 15% of the archdiocese.

Religious Europeans keep going to church, in spite of tax, survey says

In spite of a government tax, people are reluctant to give up their religious identity, Pew finds.

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.

“God saved me,” says a cardinal who was tortured and condemned to death

He suffered persecution under the communist regime in Albania.

Visit the “little” Notre Dame Cathedral in Kentucky to feel closer to France

St. Mary's Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption is a replica of Notre Dame, just a little smaller.

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