Daring to defy the crown and give faith to the poor

This essay was selected as the winner of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ religious liberty essay contest on the theme “Witnesses to Freedom.” It provides an overview of the life and martyrdom of St. Edmund Campion, the Jesuit priest who defied

Court: Catholic schools can choose teachers who uphold the Faith

A federal appeals court May 8 ruled in favor of the Diocese of Charlotte, North Carolina, protecting religious schools' freedom to hire schoolteachers who will uphold their religious beliefs.

In Billard v. Diocese of Charlotte, a former substitute teacher sued Charlotte Catholic High

Senators are still skeptical of FBI memo targeting Catholics

U.S. senators expressed lingering concern about the creation of a leaked and since-retracted FBI memo that suggested some "radical traditionalist" Catholics pose threats of racially or ethnically motivated violence after a review by the Department of Justice's watchdog found "no evidence" of

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