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Soon-to-be-deported mother praying to God ‘to keep my family together’

INDIANAPOLIS -- After standing in sweltering heat for 40 minutes, dozens of supporters cheered as Erika Fierro emerged from the building May 31. That she...

Cardinal McCarrick’s 60 years of ministry in church had global impact

WASHINGTON -- The Vatican has told Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick, the retired archbishop of Washington, that he can no longer exercise any public ministry...

Five books for your spiritual summer reading list

With vacations, better weather and simply slowing down, summer seems to be the best time to get lost in a book. Whether your book...

Summer spiritual fitness

"Don't take a vacation from your vocation!" These words are often repeated this time of year in seminaries across the country. The warning is to...

Living Our Faith: Spiritual summer

As the weather warms up, we begin to spend more time outside, relaxing with family and friends, and taking vacation. All of those are good...

Cardinal McCarrick suspends public ministry, ‘shocked’ by abuse allegation

WASHINGTON -- Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick, retired archbishop of Washington, said he will no longer exercise any public ministry "in obedience" to the Vatican...

Pew report says young adults worldwide less religious than older adults

WASHINGTON — A study by the Pew Research Center found that young adults worldwide are generally less religious than older adults by a variety...

After Colombian election, church official urges talks with ex-guerrillas

CUCUTA, Colombia — The director of Caritas Colombia has called for dialogue between the country’s new president-elect and former leftist guerrillas to prevent the...

Bishops ‘cannot, in good faith, endorse’ new GOP immigration bill

WASHINGTON — The U.S. bishops “cannot, in good faith, endorse” an immigration bill submitted by the House’s Republican leadership, said Bishop Joe S. Vasquez...

Trenton Bishop O’Connell: ‘How many times can our hearts break?’

TRENTON, N.J. -- No motive "can justify these ongoing, seemingly relentless acts of gun violence plaguing our cities," Bishop David M. O'Connell of Trenton...

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