Ireland -- Successor namde for Catholic primate Cardinal Sean Brady Monsignor Eamon Martin, administrator of Derry diocese, has been appointed Coadjutor Archbishop of Armagh
Milwaukee, Wis. -- Bankruptcy judge says cemeetry trust fund is part of archdiocese's bankruptcy estate -- the pool of money used to fund settlements and the church's reorganization. Archdiocese had moved $55 million into into a newly created cemetery trust in 2008. Read a little more.
Manila, Philippines -- Church won’t stop opposing reproductive health law,
Berlin, Germany -- Church shuts hotline for victims of sexual abuse by priests. Director says use of the service has dwindled.
Australian folk hero Ned Kelly receives Catholic funeral and is laid to rest, 132 years after his hanging.
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Cologne, Germany -- Two Catholic hospitals reportedly refuse exam of rape victim. Archdiocese says, report is wrong; Catholic hospitals do treat vicims fo sexual assualt.
Armidale, Australia -- A Catholic Church inquiry has cleared three senior clergy of a sex abuse cover-up, laying much of the blame at the feet of a deceased bishop.
Aspen, Colo. -- Homeless shelter filling up as winter temperatures plunge
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