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China's flag is seen as Pope Francis greets the crowd during his general audience in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican June 15. (CNS photo/Paul Haring

The Catholic Church's formal relationship with China broke off in 1951, but the Vatican secretary of state explains why that might be about to change.

President Jacob Zuma has insisted that he fully supports his minister of finance but claims he can do nothing to stop the investigation.

Imagine “Saturday Night Live” as a prime-time show doing family entertainment—no swearing, no scenarios that might require some members of a family to leave the room, but still a live weekly perfor

It’s only love that can make virtues grow and vices decrease.

Steve Bannon accused the Catholic Church of supporting immigration reform only to boost its own membership.

The sorrow and pain is great. The stories of heroic deeds of rescuers and ordinary people are great, too.

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Elizabeth Dias, winner of the George W. Hunt, S.J., Prize for Excellence in Journalism, Arts & Letters, talks to Kerry Weber and Eric Sundrup, S.J., about her career as a religion journalist, Mother Teresa's upcoming canonization, and Pope Francis.

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