Former D.C. Mayor Anthony Williams has dropped out of the process to become a Knight of Malta.
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Archbishop Raymond Burke, head of the Signatura, the Vatican's highest court, says Obama HHS nominee Kathleen Sebelius should not come to Communion in "any" U.S. diocese, including Washington.
Pope Benedict XVI admits he needs to be Internet-savvy.
Bernie Madoff is in the news again and his Jewish compadres are all over the map on whether this reflects on their religion.
Virginia Episcopal Bishop Peter J. Lee will become interim dean of Grace Cathedral in San Francisco upon his retirement this October.
The latest results from the 2009 Yearbook of American and Canadian Churches show numbers are down for Roman Catholics and Southern Baptists but up for several smaller religious groups
CatholicVote.com's immensely popular ad showing President Obama in utero has been rejected by CNN
An ad hoc group of liberal and conservative Christians offers plenty of suggestions for the president on how to deal with poverty.
Local Catholics aren't sure what to say about a sexually abusive priest whose activities were exposed recently.
A little-publicized Vatican report about the state of America's 229 Catholic seminaries was released last month.
President Obama releases 15 names out of 25 people to be named to his faith council and slips up when trying to quote the Old Testament
Fox's decision to produce the next Narnia film is not as good as it sounds
Earlier this month, two ministers and a Georgia congressman anointed -- with oil -- the doors Barack Obama used on the way to the inaugural platform.
Metropolitan Kirill, 62, of Smolensky and Kalingrad was elected today to head the Russian Orthodox Church.
There's a world of difference between the retiring Virginia Episcopal Bishop Peter J. Lee and his successor, Shannon S. Johnston