The pope started his historic trip to the Middle East, arriving first in Jordan.
Generations of church history have passed, but Catholicism has never seen a ceremony like the one that enrolled John XXIII and John Paul II as saints.
Cardinal Dolan sheds light on the Holy Thursday tradition of the washing of the feet as a New Jersey Catholic school reenacts the Stations of the Cross.
In his latest move, Pope Francis has ordered bishops to do some survey work to find out what the faithful really think about the church’s teachings on marriage and family.
“A person once asked me, in a provocative manner, if I approved of homosexuality. I replied with another question: ‘Tell me: when God looks at a gay person, does he endorse the existence of this person with love, or reject and condemn this person?'”
Pope Francis urged princes, presidents, sheiks and thousands of ordinary people to protect the environment, the weakest and the poorest, mapping out a clear focus of his priorities as leader of the world’s 1.2 billion Catholics.
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Many Catholics are split over whether they hope Pope Benedict’s successor should preserve tradition or make changes in Catholic teaching.
Pope Benedict XVI is retiring on Thursday it raises the following question. Where does he rank amongst all the past Popes?
There was a sense of moving from the darkness of Good Friday to the light of Easter morning during a three hour service inside Saint Patrick’s Cathedral.
Archbishop Timothy Dolan presided over the ceremony and said the honor for the church signaled a “deeper sign of affection and bond” with the Pope.
Archbishop Timothy Dolan said the Times is allowing insensitive references to Catholics that it wouldn’t allow for others.
He leads 2.5 million Catholics, and on Thursday night Timothy Dolan was using his position to take on a media giant. The archbishop is angry at the New York Times, and he’s not being shy about showing it.