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How the World Is Reacting to the Prospect of a Donald Trump Presidency (Warning: You may get a loud video ad before news.)

Bernie Sanders’ Legacy? The left may no longer need the rich

New York -- Dan Berrigan's funeral was May 6: Berrigan's life lesson: fidelity has its payoffs

Commentary: The pontificate might be stuck in the mud by Robert Mickens.

Today on, Mary Gail Frawley-O'Dea, a psychologist who has been working with sexual abuse survivors for 30 years, begins a four-part series assessing the context and current situation of the sexual abuse of by minors by Catholic clergy. The series is called "Hell, hope and healing"

Voting ends in Philippine presidential election

Poll: 6-in-10 oppose bills like the North Carolina transgender bathroom law

Raleigh, N.C. — Bishop Michael Burbidge of Raleigh says that a new state law that limits discrimination protections for gay and transgender people concerns him and needs to be rewritten.

Did you see this? Des Moines' Catholic bishop is joining with Iowa lawmakers who are pushing to make medical marijuana legal in the state.

Op-Ed: A popular Pope, a divided church, and the power struggle at the heart of Catholicism by Russell Pollitt, a Jesuit priest on staff of the Jesuit Institute – South Africa in Johannesburg.

Canada: Churches rally around victims of Alberta forest fires

May is a reminder of the need for mental health awareness

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