Vatican City -- The Vatican is to carry out an inquiry into Scottish Cardinal Keith O’Brien after his admission of sexual advances toward young priests.
Vatican City -- Pope: 'A true Christian cannot be an anti-Semite'
Milwaukee -- Document drop expected this week: Victims await Milwaukee clergy sex abuse files
Uttarakhand, India -- 5,000 feared dead in floods; Church rushes aid
Calgary, Canada -- All of Calgary’s public and Catholic schools will be out early this summer after significant flooding in the city late last week.
Editorial: Affordable housing still a necessity: Reaction to Bridgeport, Conn., diocese selling off senior living facilities.
Philadelphia -- Tell them to their faces. Member of of parish being closed chaffs at dismissive correspondence with archbishop
Press release: Association of U.S. Catholic Priests' assembly meeting in Seattle. Watch NCR for reporting from the conference.
Nigeria -- Benin Catholics ask that new archbishop be removed and a Benin priest made archbishop to help achieve proper evangelization.
St. Cloud, Minn. -- Catholic female priests risk excommunication but vow they won't be stopped.
Jimmy Carter in Time magazine: In a wide-ranging interview, the former president calls on Catholics to accept female priests, America to denounce the death penalty and Obama to stay out of the Syrian war
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