Pope Francis endorsed same-sex civil unions for the first time as pope while being interviewed for the feature-length documentary “Francesco.”
A Louisiana priest who was arrested for obscenity last week was allegedly caught having sex with two dominatrices on the altar of his church, court documents revealed, according to reports.
Some North Texas leaders are hoping prayer will help eradicate COVID-19 and lift those who are on the front lines.
Tarrant county’s top elected official says he’s frustrated about an event underway at the convention center in Downtown Fort Worth.
A south Georgia priest decided to create a video to encourage his congregation during the COVID-19 pandemic by parodying a song from the popular Broadway show, "Hamilton."
A North Dallas rabbi was comfortably praying with others via Zoom this week, when the call was hijacked by hackers spewing anti-Semitic language and symbols.
More than 40 people at an Alabama Baptist church were infected with the virus the congregation held a series of religious services.
San Francisco Giants pitcher Sam Coonrod was the only player to stand during a moment honoring the Black Lives Matter movement ahead of the season opener against the Los Angeles Dodgers, telling reporters after the game that as a Christian he “can’t kneel before anything besides God.”
While most of the large public school districts in North Texas have announced plans to delay the start of on-campus instruction, some large private schools, as well as the Catholic Diocese of Dallas and Fort Worth, are moving forward with plans to have students back at school this fall.
A group that advocates for the victims of sexual abuse is calling out the Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth for leaving the name of two accused priests off its list of abusive priests.
As hospital COVID-19 units grow and the death toll rises, a small group of North Texas priests have answered the call and put their own lives at risk to be with patients in their time of need.
First Baptist Dallas confirms several of its choir members tested positive for the virus ahead of Vice President Mike Pence's visit over the weekend.
The Dallas Catholic Diocese is taking a small step back when it comes to Sunday masses.
The pope noted that most priests were "obedient and creative" during the pandemic, but compared the defiance of some to the behavior of children.
Many North Texas catholic churches will bring back in-person Sunday mass starting June 28.
Officials say Vice President Mike Pence will visit Dallas later this month for a "Celebrate Freedom" event at a prominent area church.
Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory, the first African American archbishop of the Archdiocese of Washington, condemned President Donald Trump's visit to the Saint John Paul II National Shrine Tuesday, saying the president's visit in the wake of his Monday threats to use military force against protesters "violates our religious principles.“
Starting Tuesday, churches in the Catholic Diocese of Dallas can hold in-person mass during the week.
President Donald Trump has indicated he wants all places of worship to reopen and is calling them essential.
Trump said if governors don’t abide by his request, he will “override” them, though it’s unclear what authority he has to do so.