Mark Nacinovich, a New York-based writer and editor, was formerly managing editor of the Brooklyn Tablet and has also written and edited for Catholic New York and the New York Post. He is a graduate of the University of Chicago.

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March for Life turns virtual due to pandemic, Capitol riot

One year after Donald Trump became the first U.S. president to speak in person at the March for Life in Washington, the event has gone virtual because of concerns about the pandemic and safety.

Indictment of fundraising priest exposes lack of diocesan oversight

The case against Fr. Lenin Vargas marked another black eye for the church and points to the need for dioceses to pay attention to possible financial scandals as well as sexual abuse ones.

Priests' defamation suits are the latest wrinkle in sex-abuse fallout

As U.S. dioceses continue paying big settlements for lawsuits, the church faces more fallout from the abuse scandal: Priests who say they were falsely accused are suing for defamation.

While political leaders squabble, Catholic Charities pushes to meet greater pandemic demands

Catholic Charities agencies across the country have met the increased demand for their services brought about by the pandemic, even as they deal with their own internal challenges — everything from canceled fundraisers to staff members who have tested positive for the virus.