Defiant Show of Unity in Charleston Church That Lost 9 to Racist Violence “What the enemy intended for evil, God is using for good. We are here to pray for the healing that needs to come.”
St. Paul and Minneapolis -- Interim archbishop faces daunting task in tumultuous Twin Cities archdiocese
St. Paul and Minneapolis -- Former seminarian accuses Nienstedt of retaliation over rebuff
Pope Francis was in Turin for the weekend: Francis in Turin: Do not blame migrants for work troubles
Making his second call in as many days for tighter gun control laws, President Barack Obama on Friday told a crowd of mayors it was again time for a national conversation on the scourge of mass shootings in America. Watch video of his speech.
Thousands of Christians hold protest rally outside burned Galilee church (Warning: obnixous video ad plays automatically.)
Detroit archdiocese -- Delegate appointed to provide a closer watch over the parish's finances. Plymouth priest reinstated after FBI investigation ends Belczak, 61, was removed in October during an investigation into whether he improperly used parish funds — as his brother, also a priest, is accused of doing at a Troy parish.
The Delaware County Daily Times Editorial: Pope Francis turns up heat on climate and child abuse
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