If trends of the past 30 years continue for the next 50, Christianity will lose its majority status in the United States by 2070, according to a new demographic study by the Pew Research Center.
Pride Is An Obstacle to Christian Unity, Pope Francis Says
Divided Christians will never find unity unless they are willing to humble themselves, bowing down to worship Jesus and him alone, Pope Francis said.
Pope Francis: Communication Must Build Communion, Fraternity
In a time when social networks can tend to divide people, Christian media must instead work to unite men and women, Pope Francis said.
Bishop Brennan Calls For More Focus On Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
Catholics in the Diocese of Brooklyn have an opportunity to join this prayer for solidarity among Christian denominations during the international Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, Jan. 18-25.
British Tribunal: National Health Service Harassed Nurse for Wearing Cross
A Catholic nurse suffered harassment and discrimination because she refused to remove a small gold cross necklace at work, an employment tribunal ruled.
Lebanon Must Not Be Left Prey to ‘Unscrupulous Interests,’ Pope Francis Says
After a day of prayer and reflection with Lebanon’s Christian leaders, Pope Francis urged political leaders in the country to set aside partisan interests that have devastated the country.
Pope Francis to Christian Leaders: ‘Continue Walking Together’
Christians together can change the world. That was the message Pope Francis gave Wednesday, June 9, to Catholic leaders and evangelical and pentecostal pastors gathered for this year’s John 17 retreat, encouraging them to continue on a path of unity.
Living the Beatitudes Can Change the World, Pope Says in Iraq
Pope Francis told Iraqi Christians that when they suffer discrimination, persecution, or war, the Eight Beatitudes are addressed to them.
New Study: U.S. Catholics Less Concerned About Persecuted Christians Than Two Years Ago
A new study has found that while a majority of U.S. Catholics are concerned about the global persecution of Christians, there has been a noticeable decline of concern in the past two years.
Malliotakis Decries Persecution Against Christians in Holy Land
Staten Island state Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, who was the GOP’s mayoral candidate in 2017, spoke out against persecution against Christians in the Middle East after she returned from a trip to the Holy Land and learned about the situation there firsthand.