From Jordan, to the streets of Old Jerusalem, and a refugee camp in the West Bank, final preparations are being made for Pope Francis’s historic three-day pilgrimage.
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.
Nearly a dozen religious statues at two churches in Vineland, N.J. have been defaced.
The Vatican is recalling more than 6,000 papal medals after the name Jesus was misspelled as “Lesus.”
Statues were covered in red paint, and the word “No” was painted on doors of various locations.
A new take on the story of the Virgin Mary debuted on Broadway on Monday night, but Catholics haven’t given the play rave reviews.
Christians around the world and here at home are marking Good Friday, the day of Jesus Christ’s crucifixion.
A 1,600-year-old document, translated for the first time, has a message that could shake up Christianity. It is the first-known statement from that era that refers to Jesus, talking about having a wife.
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.
At the mother church of the Episcopal Diocese of New York, the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine choir sang Psalm 98 as worshippers celebrated. For some, going to this cathedral on Christmas Day is a continuation of a family tradition.
A new multimedia installation in Manhattan will offer new ways to see and interpret Leonardo Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper.”