Baltimore's Cardinal William Keeler Passes AwayThe much beloved Cardinal William Keeler, died today at the age of 86.
Pope Considering Allowing Married Men To Become Priests, Baltimore Catholics ReactFacing declining numbers of priests in the Catholic Church, Pope Francis is considering a radical change to who can enter the priesthood.
The Future Of Women Leaders In The Catholic ChurchPope Francis is standing his ground on a centuries-old Catholic tradition concerning women's roles in leadership. The Pope's comments yesterday are resonating with Catholics worldwide and in Baltimore.
D.C. Stop Of Pope Francis Trip Includes White House, CongressThe itinerary for Pope Francis' first visit to the United States was released Tuesday. His first stop is DC and the planning is underway.
Buy Tickets To Papal Mass In PhiladelphiaPope Francis is visiting Philadelphia in September, and you can be there.
Buy Tickets To Papal Mass In PhiladelphiaThe cost of the daylong pilgrimage is $99 for the bus. The train cost is $159 for adults, $154 for seniors (62 and older), and $119 for children (ages 2-12).
Francis Factor: Catholics Celebrate The Pope’s 1-Year AnniversaryThe Francis Factor: one year ago, cardinals chose Pope Francis as the new leader of the Catholic Church. What a year it's been for the 1.2 billion faithful worldwide as the new pope has energized them.
Pope Francis Issues Manifesto About Church's New DirectionThe pope once again surprises his followers with a manifest that describes the direction he's taking the church.
300 Bishops Gather In Baltimore To Pray & Discuss The Future Of The Catholic ChurchBaltimore is the home to the first Catholic Archdiocese in America. Now, the 300 bishops who run the church in this country are returning to the spiritual home.
Argentina's Jorge Bergoglio Elected 'Pope Francis'White smoke signals the Catholic Church has chosen a new pope.
Catholics Eagerly Anticipating News Of New PopeCatholics worldwide are anxiously awaiting news of whom the new pope will be.
Pope Benedict XVI Stepping Down Feb. 28 Due To Health ReasonsVatican officials said Monday that Pope Benedict XVI had announced to his senior clergy that he would resign his position as the head of the Catholic Church on February 28, according to news agency reports.