Pastor Brandon Stewart, while delivering a sermon at Mt. Zion Church in Cottonwood, Alabama, swiftly transitioned from preacher to hero when he saved a woman from choking.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers declared Friday, Feb. 16 "Friday Fish Fry Day" in the state. For Catholics, it was also the first Friday of the Lenten season
Christians around the world are taking part in Ash Wednesday, kicking off the first day of Lent.
Ash Wednesday and Valentine's Day fall on the same day this year – a day of indulgence meeting a day of abstaining.
A Whitefish Bay protest took issue with candles on sale during a small business' "Swiftie Super Bowl Eve Party" on Saturday, Feb. 10.
In Milwaukee, the new Bishop Sedgwick Daniels Memorial Repository opened at the Institute for the Preservation of African-American Music and Arts.
The poster is an annual tradition in predominantly Catholic Spain, but this year's version is generating controversy for its depiction of Jesus.
A recent study by Pew Research finds that nearly 30% of Americans say they have no religious affiliation.
Two days after the fire, Lake Geneva's Anchor Covenant Church congregation gathered outside for a prayer vigil.
A Wisconsin judge suspended charges against defrocked Roman Catholic Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, accused of sexually assaulting a boy in the 1970s.
Pope Francis called Monday for a universal ban on what he called the “despicable” practice of surrogate motherhood, as he included the “commercialization” of pregnancy in an annual speech listing threats to global peace and human dignity.
Pope Francis baptized 16 babies in the Sistine Chapel on Sunday under the ceiling frescoed by Michelangelo, in what has become an annual tradition near the end of the Christmas holiday period at the Vatican.
Actor Shia LaBeouf has converted to Catholicism.
Watch Night services, which date back to the Emancipation Proclamation in 1862, are still observed on New Year's Eve at many multiracial and predominately Black churches in the US.
The rapper formerly known as Kanye West, who has a long history of making antisemitic comments, apologized to the Jewish community in an Instagram post written in Hebrew on Tuesday.
Bethlehem, the biblical birthplace of Jesus, “is a place of sorrow and silence" this year, Pope Francis lamented as he pleaded for a cease-fire in Gaza.
Pope Francis has formally approved allowing priests to bless same-sex couples, with a new document explaining a radical change in Vatican policy.
The Vatican issued a new document explaining a radical change in Vatican policy by insisting that people seeking God’s love and mercy shouldn’t be subject to “an exhaustive moral analysis" to receive it.
Pope Francis turned 87 on Sunday, closing out a year that saw big milestones in his efforts to reform the Catholic Church as well as health scares that raise questions about his future as pope.
The Archdiocese of Milwaukee put a high-ranking priest on administrative leave. It has also launched a formal investigation that centers on an allegation of a consensual relationship.