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.
The mayor of Wylie in Collin County is defending his beliefs that only men, and not women, should lead the prayer before city council meetings.
A megachurch with three campuses and more than 40,000 members in North Texas will reopen next weekend.
A priest in Detroit has been using a squirt gun to dispense holy water and maintain social distancing.
A poll of 1,002 adults was conducted April 30-May 4 that found that 31% of Americans who believe feel strongly that the virus is a sign from God telling humanity to change.
The Catholic Dallas and Fort Worth dioceses took two different approaches toward allowing their parishioners back to church.
This week marked the first Sunday since the state of Texas clarified that houses of worship are essential.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Attorney General Ken Paxton issued new guidance to religious organizations this week.
The United States Attorney General is warning state and local governments there could be consequences for cracking down on religious services.
It was a different kind of observance for many Christians on Easter Sunday, as churches across the U.S. prepared online services for their members because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
First responders and church groups were among those who gathered outside some North Texas hospitals to pay tribute to frontline healthcare workers.