The Changing Catholic Church
WGBH News begins a series of original reporting about the Catholic Church, which faces an imminent change in leadership, as well as change in the demographics of its followers.
by Adam Reilly
Greater Boston's Adam Reilly ventured out to see how some Boston Catholics would respond to a Pope O'Malley.
by Anne Mostue
Seventy-one percent of those interviewed in 2007 said they drifted away from the church because it wasn't meeting their spiritual needs. That's the target audience of Catholics Come Home.
Whoever succeeds Benedict faces challenges that will impact New England's large Catholic community.
by Ibby Caputo
Pope Benedict XVI joins a handful of his predecessors who resigned as leader of the Catholic Church.
Walk into a parish, or check out its schedule, and you’re likely to see English services followed by ones in Spanish, or Congolese, or even Creole.
Ray Flynn imagines a pontiff from Boston in his novel, The Accidental Pope. So what does he make of reports it could really happen?