A Twitter hashtag #releasetheletter went viral among Catholic conservatives as the scandal widened.
Faced with an onslaught of violence, paired with federal inaction, it is easy to feel hopeless. In Chicago, we are neither, Rabbi Seth Limmer writes.
Joy Behar of “The View” apologized Tuesday for suggesting mental illness was behind claims by people that Jesus Christ talks to them.
Scientology TV debut Monday on DIRECTV and other services.
DePaul University is the nation’s largest Catholic college, but fewer incoming freshmen who reveal a religious affiliation identify as Catholic.
The debate over abortion rages on in Illinois, months after Gov. Bruce Rauner signed legislation expanding public funding. But how do Americans of var
Slain Cmdr. Paul Bauer was a mentor and uplifting presence to some of the African American protesters he encountered in Chicago.
The March edition of “Women Church World,” the monthly women’s magazine of the Vatican newspaper L’Osservatore Romano, hit newsstands Thursday.
The gun dealer licensing bill takes aim at gun shops that sell guns, only to have the buyer turn around and re-sell them on the streets.
All of the candidates in the coming primary for Illinois governor profess some spirituality or religious affiliation.
DACA has been kicked around like a political football, but immigration reform is a human issue as much as a political one, Rabbi Seth Limmer writes.
Starting from a tiny basement church in the west suburbs of Chicago, Rev. Billy Graham created a ministry that spanned the globe.
Of particular interest in Chicago, with sizable Pakistani-American population, State Dept. cited Pakistan’s “severe violations of religious freedom.”
Black History Month is a good time to think about how we can do better to improve race relations, Theresa Dear writes. And she has a few suggestions.