FCC votes to help inmates with hearing disabilities make calls more easily

The Federal Communications Commission has authorized that technology be made available to inmates with hearing disabilities so that they may be able to communicate with loved ones and lawyers.

Seminar panelists: Clergy abuse has scarred minority Catholic communities

The image of a white victim does not tell the complete story of clergy sexual abuse in the United States, according to a number of panelists during an Oct. 5 online forum titled "Neglected Voices in the Clergy Sexual Abuse Crisis."

Advocates already pushing for a satisfactory farm bill in 2023

The current farm bill doesn't expire until 2023, yet already Catholic advocates are lining up their arguments to assemble the kind of farm bill they want to see next year.

Study: Christianity may lose majority, plurality status in U.S. by 2070

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.