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Analysis: With immediacy comes responsibility in the 24/7 social media world

WASHINGTON — The image on social media was striking. A smiling teenager wearing a red "Make America Great Again" baseball cap and a Native...

Government shutdown beginning to impact Catholic-run social services

WASHINGTON – Robert Archie knows he'd be homeless if it wasn't for the Rapid Re-housing program run by Catholic Charities of the Diocese of...

Judges block expansion of religious exemptions to HHS mandate

WASHINGTON — Two federal judges temporarily blocked the government from putting into effect new rules that would expand the exemption to the federal contraceptive...

Efforts to confront human trafficking get boost as Trump reauthorizes prevention...

WASHINGTON -- Nationwide efforts to confront human trafficking received a boost in the new year as President Donald Trump signed a bill reauthorizing federal...

DiNardo: Delay in vote on abuse response proposals a ‘bump in...

BALTIMORE — A Vatican-requested delay in adopting practices that are expected to boost accountability among U.S. bishops in their response to clergy sex abuse...

Vatican asks U.S. bishops to wait for February papal meeting before...

BALTIMORE -- At the urging of the Vatican, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops will not vote on two proposals they were to discuss...

National Review Board chairman seeks fix to address charter ‘loophole’

WASHINGTON — The National Review Board chairman called for changes to the "Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People" to "make it...

Important agenda awaits as U.S. bishops confront abuse crisis and more

WASHINGTON -- The firestorm surrounding the clergy sex abuse crisis and the way some bishops handled allegations of abuse against priests will be an...

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...

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