Catholic Charities 'on front lines' as hunger needs in community increase

With the coronavirus outbreak and the resulting financial crisis impacting many individuals and families, Catholic Charities has seen a dramatic growth in the need for providing food to those in need.

Supreme Court declines review of case involving Washington Archdiocese ad

The Archdiocese of Washington expressed disappointment that the U.S. Supreme Court declined to review a federal appeals court ruling that the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority's prohibition of religious advertising did not violate the First Amendment.

Once McCarrick report issued, church urged to 'make reparation, learn'

Once the Vatican releases the McCarrick report, the church must listen to the reaction to it in a "spirit of humility" and must seek to "make reparation, learn and keep moving forward in a new way," said a leading U.S. woman religious.

Panelists say from day one, pope showed world he'd be a pastor

First impressions of Pope Francis in 2013 revealed his style and pastoral priorities, and since then, his words and actions have continued to inspire and challenge the Catholic Church and the world, panelists said at a Nov. 21 dialogue on the "Francis Factor Today" at Georgetown University.

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