Morning Briefing

University of Michigan study: Woman's religious affiliation not necessarily a predictor of views on contraception.

Former Salvadoran general linked to deaths of religious women faces deportation. Immigration appeals court says general, who has lived in Florida for 25 years, covered up torture and murder.

For women religious from around the globe meeting in Rome, global solidarity is key to changing church, world.

Potential juror in Boston bombing trial dismissed for saying no to death penalty.

2015 class shows uptick in number of ordinations; effects of support and encouragement from family, schools, priests.

Obama calls for end to conversion therapy for LGBT youth.

Catholic high school students in Des Moines hold demonstration in support of gay teacher.

"Zone of tolerance" for prostitutes in Rome upsets both prostitutes and the church.

At National Catholic Educational Association gathering, support urged for struggling elementary schools nationwide.

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