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After 50 years, draft board protesters insist what they did was...

WASHINGTON — Fifty years ago in an act of civil disobedience, Bob Graf and 13 of his friends broke into nine neighboring draft boards...

Prominent Catholics see larger role for laity in church’s abuse response

WASHINGTON — An independent lay-run board that would hold bishops accountable for their actions, a national day for Mass or prayers of reparation, and...

Restaurant’s culinary program helps former inmates achieve success

CLEVELAND -- Joe Dawson is learning that there's a skill to cutting celery and it begins with how the chef's knife is held --...

Adorers lose religious freedom argument in natural gas line case

WASHINGTON -- A federal appeals court upheld a lower court ruling that denied the religious freedom arguments of a Pennsylvania religious order that sought...

CRS student ambassadors stress need for human dignity to Congress

WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Denise Ssettimba just began her brief presentation to an aide to Sen. John Kennedy, R-Louisiana, on the need to maintain U.S....

Black priests, religious find methods to stand up and be heard...

WASHINGTON -- Fifty years ago, Josephite Father William Norvel thought it was time for black priests to come together. The year, 1968, was a tumultuous...

Onetime Polish war refugee collects history so the world won’t forget

WASHINGTON -- One of Julek Plowy's first memories as a young World War II Polish refugee in Mexico is eating raw onions like an...

Challenges to religious freedom continue, archbishop tells USCCB

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Challenges to religious freedom continue to emerge and the U.S. Catholic Church will remain steadfast in addressing them to serve...

At meeting in Florida, U.S. bishops decry Sessions’ asylum decision

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — The U.S. bishops June 13 decried U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision that asylum seekers fleeing domestic or gang violence...

Bishops approve charter changes to widen protection of young people

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Changes in language to clarify several sections of the “Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People” were approved...

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