Pope Francis' role in encouraging better relations between the United States and Cuba is causing major tensions among Catholics in Miami.
"Annie" is back in theaters. The film is the latest twist of the "Little Orphan Annie" comic strip, which has already been two films and a Broadway show.
A Catholic university in Wisconsin has placed one of its professors under review and temporarily banned him from teaching or visiting the campus after blog posts he made about gay marriage.
This time of year, many Christians travel to Bethlehem to visit the Church of the Nativity, the site thought to be the birthplace of Jesus Christ. But is it accurate?
Who was Charles Dickens, the man who brought us characters like Scrooge and Tiny Tim? His work is still studied today, but few know about his faith.
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Florida may soon begin issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples since the U.S. Supreme Court refused to stop gay marriages in the state Friday.
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Handel is believed to have composed "Messiah" in only 24 days. Many believe it was divinely inspired.
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