Pope Francis marked the end of a lengthy bishops' summit Sunday in his homily at St. Peter's Square in Vatican City.
Continuing his reform streak from within the Vatican's highest post, Pope Francis on Tuesday announced that he is taking steps to make marriage annulment a less complex, pricey and fraught process for Catholics than it historically has been.
The "Avengers" actor hits back at what he calls the "'I am not a feminist' Internet phenomenon."
A writer argues that progressives should be wary of following the Democratic Party down a path of self-destruction; Facebook is now cited in a third of divorce cases in the U.K. as evidence of "inappropriate behavior"; and applicants can now read what college admissions committees write about them during their decision process. These discoveries and more after the jump.
An interesting document emerged Monday from a gathering of Catholic Bishops, signaling a possible change in manners if not policy.
This Pope Francis certainly is an ambitious fellow.
A new study points to certain personal characteristics linked with a greater likelihood of lying for financial gain, and being religious is one of them. Whatever happened to "Thou shalt not bear false witness"?
The blogger and commentator, who is gay and Catholic, explained to CNN's Fareed Zakaria on Sunday why the Catholic Church shouldn't have any problems with same-sex couples getting married.
Here we have a headline that smacks of the inevitable: Arnold Schwarzenegger has conceded that he fathered a child just over 10 years ago with a longtime member of his household staff This "event," as the former California governor called it in a statement (more).
Last year 95 percent of France’s civil unions (known as pactes civil de solidarité) were signed by heterosexual couples, according to the New York Times (more).