Defrocked Cardinal Theodore McCarrick Is Charged With Sexually Assaulting A Teen
In this May 16, 2006 file photo former Washington Archbishop Theodore McCarrick pauses during a press conference in Washington.
California Synagogue Shooter Pleads Guilty And May Also Face Federal Charges
John Earnest listens during testimony during a court hearing in San Diego on Sept. 19, 2019.
The Latest Eid Fashion Trend? Sustainability
Fatima Ibrahim wears Haute Hijab's recycled chiffon hijab on Eid al-Fitr.
Pope Francis Delivers First Address Since Leaving Hospital
Pope Francis salutes the crowd as he arrives for the Angelus noon prayer from the window of his studio overlooking St. Peter's Square at the Vatican on Sunday.
Cornel West Has Announced He's Leaving Harvard And Says The School Has Lost Its Way
Cornel West, pictured above at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. in 2016, says he is leaving Harvard over what he calls "intellectual and spiritual bankruptcy of deep depths" at the school.
There Are 11,073 Muslims In Federal Prisons But Just 13 Chaplains To Minister To Them
Abdul Muhaymin al-Salim (center), a 49-year-old who was formerly incarcerated on drug charges, works at the Tayba Foundation, where he mentors incarcerated Muslims.
Pope Francis Makes His First Public Appearance From The Hospital Since His Surgery
Pope Francis appears on a balcony of the Agostino Gemelli Polyclinic in Rome, Sunday, July 11, 2021, where he is recovering from intestinal surgery, for the traditional Sunday blessing and Angelus prayer.
America's White Christian Plurality Has Stopped Shrinking, A New Study Finds
Even as the number of white evangelicals has shrunk to just 14% of Americans, they remain prominent in the Republican party.
She Struggled To Reclaim Her Indigenous Name. She Hopes Others Have It Easier
Danita Bilozaze, alongside her daughter Dani, celebrated the completion of her master's degree in education with a portrait session last year at Kye Bay in Comox Valley, British Columbia.
After Debate On Biden's Abortion Views, Bishops Vote to Rethink Communion Rules
President Joe Biden and his wife, Jill Biden, shown here on Jan. 20, 2021, attend Mass at the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle during Inauguration Day ceremonies in Washington, D.C. Evan Vucci/AP After a contentious debate, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has voted to move forward with a process that could call into question the eligibility of politicians like President Joe Biden to receive Communion.