Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori is traveling to Rome to see the canonizations of Pope John Paul II and Pope John XXIII.
For the first time, the Vatican is asking Catholics to speak up. This week, parishioners around the world—including here in Baltimore—will receive an online survey on family and social issues.
A Maryland teenager has been honored by the Vatican for his work to develop a cost-effective method to detect pancreatic cancer.
Pope Francis shakes up the Catholic Church in a blunt new interview seen all over the world. The pope urges his followers to stop obsessing over same-sex marriage, abortion and contraception.
White smoke signals the Catholic Church has chosen a new pope.
Catholics worldwide are anxiously awaiting news of whom the new pope will be.
Who is your pick?
As cardinals meet in Rome to select a new pope, hundreds of Baltimore-area students got some inside information about the process.
Pope Benedict XVI has announced that he will resign Feb. 28, the first pontiff to do so in nearly 600 years.
Theology Prof.: Ancient Message That Jesus May Have Had A Wife Will Not Change Catholic Church Doctrine
A 1,600-year-old document translated for the first time has a message that could shake up Christianity: Jesus may have had a wife. Now, a local expert weighs in on the debate.
This Saturday, Baltimore’s own Archbishop Edwin O’Brien will be elevated to cardinal. All this week, direct from Rome, the Catholic Review is sharing its coverage with WJZ.
A surprising change in local tradition. Monday, Edwin O’Brien, the archbishop of Baltimore, announced he is leaving that post.