She has avoided speaking publicly about her involvement in People of Praise, a Christian community that's faced criticism for espousing deeply traditional values about women's roles.
Photographer Pawel Jaszczuk wants you to see what "iconography" means in 2020.
"God’s love is like a radio on maximum volume. No matter what we do, God can’t love us any more or any less. How can you exceed infinity?"
The Hijos del Nazareno keep the statue of the Black Nazarene safe from millions of devotees who push and shove each other just to touch the religious image in one of the Philippines’ largest processions.
For them, Halloween is a time to reconnect with the spirit world.
Survivors of child sexual abuse in the state can sue their attacker, no matter how long ago the abuse happened, starting Wednesday.
The building's rose windows, the crown of thorns, and one of the world's biggest organs were all saved.
Parts of Notre Dame that had survived centuries of wars and revolutions caved to a massive fire Monday evening.
The Church is launching private settlement programs just as states are making it possible for more child sex abuse victims to sue.
Office of Refugee Resettlement Director Scott Lloyd sent one of his staffers an email he’d received in April from an employee at Catholic charity group and his former workplace, the Knights of Columbus.
The arcane organisation with roots in consolidating colonial rule in Ireland is trying to modernise.
The state recently joined New York and others in launching its own investigation into the ongoing scandal.