Exclusive interview: Cardinal Wuerl proposes national panel to investigate allegations against bishops.
A priest of the Washington Archdiocese writes from his own experience: "First, we knew, or should have known, about some of McCarrick's behavior."
You may have missed this one out of Chicago: Cardinal Blase Cupich spoke on a panel at an annual American Bar Association meeting came just hours after the Vatican announced a change in the Catechism of the Catholic Church, saying capital punishment was "inadmissable." Cupich told the American Bar that "Capital punishment only continues the cycle of violence and vengeance."
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Santiago, Chile -- Chile's national prosecutor requesting Vatican sex abuse files
New Delhi, India -- 'Married' Catholic bishop faces court case for embezzlement
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ordered a grand jury report on investigation into who six diocese in the state handled clergy sex abuse case, must be released. The investigation looked at Allentown, Altoona-Johnstown, Erie, Greensburg, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh and Scranton.
Durham, N.C. -- Duke Divinity School’s first woman dean, Elaine Heath, has stepped down after a brief and rocky two-year tenure marked by student protests and struggles to build diversity on campus.
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"I like it. The food's good. It's free. It's at the library and I like the library." Summer meals programs feed children during school breaks
The Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Arlington St. Lucy Food Project: Local Kids Pick Over 10,000 Pounds of Corn to Donate
A sneak peek at this week's Leadershp Confernce of Women Religious annual assembly: Upcoming LCWR assembly will continue the call to communion
Bangkok, Thailand -- Prime minister's office issues new protocols for media coverage of the prime minister, including photographers must bow to the prime minister before and after taking his pictures. Let's hope President Trump doesn't see that!
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