Pope Declares Death Penalty Inadmissible, Changing Church's StancePope Francis has declared that the death penalty is never admissible and that the Catholic Church will work towards its abolition around the world, the Vatican formally announced Thursday.
Catholic Churches In Southwestern Michigan To Share PastorsBishop Paul Bradley plans to have roughly 30 churches sharing pastors, starting in July. No churches will be closed or merged.
Saint Statue Defaced As Vandals Hit Catholic Church Properties In LivoniaLivonia police are searching for suspects.
ACLU Protests Catholic Hospital's Decision To Deny SterilizationA spokesman says the company follows the "ethical and religious directives" of the Catholic church.
Pope Names Green Bay Vicar As Marquette Bishop"My first obligation is to know and love the people, and I will work very hard at that."
Historic Detroit Church Damaged By High WindsExperts don't know if it will all will come sliding and tumbling down.
Conservative Christians Protest Gay Group's MassA group representing gay Catholics is proceeding with plans to celebrate Mass on Sunday at Marygrove College in the face of appeals from a conservative group.
Shelby Twp. Church Hit By Easter Sunday ThievesAs much as $50,000 in cash and chalices is missing from St. Therese Catholic Church.
Michigan Catholics Abuzz About New Pope Now that Pope Francis the 1st has been announced to the world, local Catholics are hoping for compassionate leadership for the future.
Argentine Jorge Bergoglio Elected New PopeThe Catholic church has chosen a new pope.
Lawsuit: Priest Failed To Protect Girl From MolesterA lawsuit against a priest and the Catholic church says they failed to protect a 14-year-old girl from sexual abuse by a 19-year-old man.