It is the time of year when people line up on Friday nights to get a fried piece of white fish.
A Minnesota teenager’s family says he wasn’t allowed to be confirmed at his church because of a Facebook posting.
Under the soaring ceiling of the Cathedral of St. Paul, about four dozen Catholics sitting in a cluster prayed a rosary in silence.
If you want to know what an empty, meaningless political photo opportunity is look at Congressman Paul Ryan’s drop by at a food bank last week in Youngstown, Ohio.
The parents of a gay Minnesota soldier killed in Afghanistan are leading an effort to defeat the proposed marriage amendment.
A group of Catholic nuns have started a bus tour challenging the Ryan budget plan and its cuts to social programs.
Members of Minnesota’s clergy are increasingly taking sides on the amendment to ban gay marriage in the state constitution.
A group representing 80 former Catholic priests from throughout the state of Minnesota gathered at the Lake Harriet band stand this morning to encourage a no vote on the marriage initiative for the Minnesota Constitution.
A judge has ordered the arrest of a Minnesota attorney who has made repeated anti-Catholic slurs in court filings.
Catholic officials in St. Cloud will hold a listening session this weekend to address allegations that a former deacon sexually abused at least two boys some 40 years ago.
Changes are coming to Roman Catholic Mass, but a recent survey by Georgetown University shows more than 70 percent of those in the pews are unaware of what those changes are.
Wisconsin’s Catholic bishops are urging parishioners to keep their concealed weapons out of church.
Growing up in St. Paul, Lino Rulli dreamed of being a comedian. His humor has given him to a successful career but in an unlikely venue — with a national radio show on Catholicism.
Kevin Price was struggling with memories of the sexual abuse he says he suffered at the hands of a high school teacher, so he reached out to the religious order that runs the Catholic school he attended.
A new book by Pope Benedict XVI is on shelves in Europe, and Roman Catholics around the world are trying to decide whether his comments about condom use answers a very narrow question, or signals a major change in Catholic doctrine.