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Financial downturn during pandemic, reduced contributions at parishes lead to job...

WASHINGTON -- The Archdiocese of Washington's Pastoral Center announced a restructuring plan Aug. 21 due to reduced financial support amid the economic downturn of...

Archdiocese of Washington solar array project with Missionaries of Charity ‘the...

WASHINGTON -- The sun shone on Catholic Charities, literally, Oct. 17 as Washington Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory blessed a solar array installed on five...

Journalist Cokie Roberts remembered for ‘her womanly ability to bring out...

WASHINGTON -- Noted broadcast journalist and author Cokie Roberts was remembered as a Washington icon, a national treasure and a woman devoted to her...

Georgetown University panel examines ‘human costs, moral implications’ of migration crisis

WASHINGTON -- Facing the challenge of the migration crisis will require voices and actions taken up in solidarity with migrants across the globe, said...

Maryland Day marks special homecoming for 17th-century iron cross

CLEMENT'S ISLAND, Md. — On their four-month ocean voyage from England to the new Maryland colony nearly 400 years ago, the approximately 150 men...

Catholic school hosts Senate hearing on reauthorizing voucher program

WASHINGTON -- This time, the U.S. Capitol came to students on a field trip. St. Thomas More Catholic Academy -- in a Washington neighborhood about...

Path to healing starts with seeking forgiveness, Cardinal Wuerl says

WASHINGTON (CNS) -- A "Season of Healing" for sexual abuse survivors began in the Archdiocese of Washington with a Sept. 14 Mass at the...

Faith can help cleanse societal waters of racism, says Cardinal Wuerl

Catholic News Service WASHINGTON -- With faith, people can confront and help overcome the evil of racism, Washington Cardinal Donald W. Wuerl said in an...

Panel on faith, faithful in politics called needed in ‘polarized world’

Catholic News Service WASHINGTON — A panel discussion on “Faith and the Faithful in U.S. Politics” is “so needed … in our polarized world,” said...

Cardinal Wuerl blesses cemetery plaques honoring memory, legacy of slaves

  Catholic News Service WASHINGTON  -- Saying the time had come to "right a wrong," Cardinal Donald W. Wuerl blessed and dedicated commemorative bronze plaques honoring...

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