Although we may never know exactly what was said Friday behind closed doors between Obama and Pope Benedict XVI, we know exactly what went on when the president met with the head of the Orthodox world in April.
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It turns out George Tiller was not excommunicated after all.
Alveda King, niece of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King, criticizes comparisons of the death of a noted late-term abortion doctor with her uncle's assassination.
Early react to Sunday's killing of the nation's most notorious abortion doctor.
Two Catholic lawyers went head to head Thursday night on whether the Obama Administration has any common ground with the pro-life movement came down on opposing sides on the goals of the new American president. In an invitation-only forum at the National Press Club attended by more than 200 people, Doug W. Kmiec, a professor of constitutional law at Pepperdine University law school, held fast to his assertion that the Obama administration is serious about reducing abortions.
Although it's commendable that the Irish government finally came out with a huge study on sex abuse among Irish priests, investigative reporter Joe Rigert was on this scandal before anyone else was.
We learn that Hawaii now has an Islam Day and that one of the country's top religion-covering newspapers has pretty much eviscerated the beat.
Here is the schedule of events surrounding President Obama's Notre Dame visit on May 17:
Joshua Dubois, the head of the White House's Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships Office, ducks the specifics on how the White House is going to handle the religious hiring issue.
Religious leaders meet with Jordan's King Abdullah and criticize evangelical Christians and "Christian Zionists" in the Holy Land
The latest on the nearly three dozen bishops and others who've spoken out against President Obama's invitation to speak May 17 at the University of Notre Dame.
Why was an ancient monogram symbolizing the name of Christ covered during the president's Georgetown speech?
The remaining 10 members of President Obama's 25-person White House Advisory Council on Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships were named today.