Nearly three-quarters (72 percent) of the American public says religion is influence in the U.S. as a divide between the religiously affiliated and those without religion continue to widen.
Americans are highly likely to inflate their amount of religious participation – if they even attend religious services at all.
Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori is traveling to Rome to see the canonizations of Pope John Paul II and Pope John XXIII.
The findings of a recent poll show that an overwhelming majority of American Catholics approve of Pope Francis.
Catholics around the globe are expressing mixed but mostly positive reactions to Pope Francis’ recent remarks that the church has become too focused on “small-minded rules” on hot-button issues like homosexuality and abortion.
Catholics around the world and the D.C. area watched in anticipation Wednesday as white smoke poured out from the chimney at the Sistine Chapel, signaling the election of a new pope.
Religion is playing a prominent role in this GOP primary.