Eight U.S. citizens caught glimpses of hope and inequity during a week spent along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Blessed Solanus Casey always said that "as long as there is a spark of faith," there can be no discouragement or sorrow, said Cardinal Angelo Amato, head of the Vatican's Congregation for Saints' Causes.
Hey, Smithsonian, there's a new kid on the block. It's the Museum of the Bible, just a few blocks from the National Mall in Washington.
A Catholic priest is mediating between Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and generals who seized power.
While a Lamborghini would make a stylish popemobile, Pope Francis has decided to auction off the one he was given by the Italian automaker to aid several charities close to his heart.
Just before Thanksgiving, the Pontifical North American College will welcome some special guests of Pope Francis.
Acknowledging wide divisions in the country over issues such as health care, immigration reform, taxes and abortion, the president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops called for civility to return to the public debate.
The existence of nuclear weapons creates a false sense of security that holds international relations hostage and stifles peaceful coexistence, Pope Francis said.
A formidable list of actors, including Albert Finney, Peter Ustinov and David Suchet, have taken on the role of Agatha Christie's famed Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot.
Columbus Circle in front of Union Station in Washington filled with more than 1,400 people holding signs reading, "End mass incarceration," "Pass a clean Dream Act," "Immigrants are welcome here," and "Families have no borders."