Ex-Vatican diplomat found guilty of distributing child porn

A Vatican court found Msgr. Carlo Alberto Capella, a former staff member at the Vatican nunciature in Washington, guilty of possessing and distributing child pornography.

Onetime Polish war refugee collects history so the world won't forget

Julek Plowy and his family were among 1,432 Poles who were resettled in Colonia Santa Rosa in Leon, Mexico, aided by the fledgling War Relief Services, which was started in 1943 by the National Catholic Welfare Council of the U.S. bishops in response to the human suffering wrought by war.

Riot police withdraw as bishops, priests visit besieged Nicaraguan city

Clergy from the Archdiocese of Managua, Nicaragua, had planned to pray for peace June 21.

Instead, bishops from the archdiocese, Archbishop Waldemar Sommertag, apostolic nuncio to Nicaragua, and about 30 priests from the capital traveled to pray in the besieged city of Masaya. 

Catholic Extension launches reunification fund to help families at border

Catholic Extension announced June 21 it has established a Family Reunification Fund as "a response to the human tragedy unfolding on the nation's southern border" with Mexico.