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Religious sites around Washington D.C. show it is not just a...

WASHINGTON -- Washington isn't exactly known for its religious memorials. Tourists visit D.C. to see the Capitol, the White House, the Washington Memorial and other...

Archbishop Gregory says President Trump has ‘deepened divisions’ with remarks about...

WASHINGTON -- Washington Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory said recent public comments by President Donald Trump and others about Baltimore and the responses those remarks...

Bishop James Checchio decries legalization of physician-assisted suicide in New Jersey

METUCHEN, N.J. -- New Jersey's new law allowing assisted suicide, effective Aug. 1, "points to an "utter failure" on the part of government and...

Siena College’s president recalled for commitment, ‘servant leadership’ while serving college

LOUDONVILLE, N.Y.-- Franciscan Brother F. Edward Coughlin, president of Siena College for the past five years, died July 30 following complications from nonemergency heart...

Covington Catholic student’s defamation suit against Washington Post is tossed

WASHINGTON (CNS) -- A federal judge July 26 dismissed a $250 million lawsuit against The Washington Post by a Kentucky Catholic high school student,...

Take a look at U.S. history if you have mixed emotions...

By Hosffman Ospino To speak of immigration and refugees in the United States of America at this historical juncture is risky business. One never knows...

Each parish is called to bring catechesis to persons with disabilities

The 2017 "Guidelines for the Celebration of the Sacraments with Person with Disabilities" say that "pastors are responsible to provide evangelization, catechetical formation and...

A powerful sign: The catechesis of children with disabilities

The letter found me, although many years and miles had passed. I still remembered "Gloria," a student with Down syndrome, who as a child...

Speaker: Catholic liberal education instills wisdom, virtue in students

WASHINGTON — A sea of both experienced Catholic liberal teachers and neophytes eager to learn about the educational philosophy gathered at The Catholic University...

Black clergy, women religious, seminarians mark history, celebrate

BALTIMORE — The joint conference of the national organizations for black Catholic clergy, women religious, seminarians and deacons finally made its first stop in...

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