Polls show big support for conscience protections for health care workers

An overwhelming majority of Americans – 83% – said they support conscience protection rights for health care professionals because they should not be forced to perform procedures against their moral beliefs.

Carlson: Release of St. Louis abuse allegations 'painful' but 'right thing to do'

The St. Louis Archdiocese released a list of names of archdiocesan clergy with substantiated allegations of sexual abuse of a minor July 26.

Agencies 'appalled' by reports U.S. could end refugee admissions

News that officials in the Trump administration are considering "zeroing out" the number of refugees accepted by the United States brought an immediate outcry from the chairman of the U.S. bishops' migration committee and leaders of Catholic and other faith-based agencies that resettle refugees.

Faith leaders decry ICE deportations, say action causes anxiety, fear

Many Catholic and other faith leaders criticized the planned ICE raids.

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