Top faith leaders reflect on lasting impressions from Pope Francis’ recent visit to America.
A pope-centric Catholicism dominates the modern age, but that wasn’t always so.
Did the Vatican consider that Pope Francis will arrive in the U.S. on the holiest night of the Jewish year?
What is the pope actually communicating to his 21 million followers?
Previously unpublished images that capture the daily life of the people’s pope.
Since cameras are banned at the Sistine Chapel, here are a few things to remember it by.
My few hours in the Vatican with Pope Francis were exciting, brilliant, and humbling.
Two Jesuit scientists list must-know facts about the Vatican-owned observatory.
The Pope Francis era’s greatest hits.
A Q&A with Jesuit priest Father Jim Martin on the Pope’s meeting with the bishops.
A document from the Synod of Bishops provokes debate from the right and left flanks of the Catholic Church.
The doctrine-versus-disciple argument could occupy bishops for years, and it often has.
Meet the U.S. cardinal who wants to prevent divorced Catholics from receiving communion.
Frances Perkins knew the power the faith community had in making a difference in the lives of working people.
Stripped of his diplomatic immunity, Jozef Wesolowski could be sent to the Dominican Republic, where he preyed on young boys.
Will the current pontiff follow Pope Benedict’s shocking move and retire in the next few years?
The pontiff’s flight over China and his corresponding telegram to President Xi Jinping carry historic significance.
“When a man and a woman celebrate the sacrament of marriage, God is reflected in them,” the Pope told an audience at the Vatican.
Pope Benedict XVI, now retired and living in seclusion inside the Vatican, believes history will vindicate his difficult eight-year papacy.