Two Catholic universities among group sued over financial aid practices

The University of Notre Dame in Indiana and Georgetown University are among a group of some 16 private educational institutions named in a lawsuit alleging a conspiracy to fix student financial aid distribution formulas among them.

Catholic aid agencies respond to 2021 disasters with immediate and long-term relief

Aid agencies including Catholic Charities and Catholic Relief Services responded this year to natural disasters including wildfires, tornadoes, hurricanes, floods and winter storms.

Hypersonic weapons open way to new arms race, Catholic observers say

Catholic peace activists and policy experts have expressed apprehension that the United States has joined an accelerating rush to perfect new weapons.

Catholic Charities agencies rely on virtual outreach in Ida relief

With several Northeast states now joining major metropolitan regions in the Gulf Coast as Hurricane Ida-related disaster areas, Catholic Charities agencies are using virtual deployment systems refined during the coronavirus pandemic to maximize their outreach to those in need.