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McCarrick laicization casts somber mood over church in wake of ‘profoundly...

WASHINGTON (CNS) -- The accusations surrounding former U.S. Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick have been hanging over U.S. bishops and faith communities in the dioceses...

Catholic bishops, groups speak out against President Trump’s national emergency

WASHINGTON — Catholic bishops near the U.S.-Mexico border, joined by other U.S. prelates, voiced opposition just after President Donald Trump's Feb. 15 declaration of...

Catholic-run respite center for immigrants ordered shuttered by Texas municipality

WASHINGTON -- A group of city commissioners in the border city of McAllen, Texas, voted in mid-February to remove from a building a popular...

Head of U.S. bishops says new ‘season’ could come after abuse...

WASHINGTON — The laity may be angry over the most recent revelations of the Catholic Church’s sex abuse crisis, but bishops, particularly younger ones,...

Turmoil in Nicaragua focus of diplomats from Organization of American States

WASHINGTON -- For a few hours, Gio Gomez left the warmth of the Florida sun and headed north toward an arctic blast in Washington....

Christmas Eve death of 8-year-old migrant sparks outrage, new health checks...

WASHINGTON -- Immigration officials announced new health checks for immigrant children under detention after a second child, an 8-year-old boy, died Christmas Eve while...

New York bishop removed from public ministry pending review of abuse...

WASHINGTON -- A New York auxiliary bishop has been removed from public ministry pending a Vatican review of a decades-old accusation of sexual abuse...

Catholic University students call for dean ouster over Kavanaugh tweets

WASHINGTON -- Some students, alumni and faculty members at The Catholic University of America in Washington are calling for the resignation of the dean...

Social justice Catholic group’s letter objects to Kavanaugh nomination

WASHINGTON — A Sept. 4 letter signed by more than 1,500 Catholic nuns, priests and other church leaders from around the country addressed to...

Protesters call on Washington Cardinal Donald Wuerl to resign

WASHINGTON – As the Sunday Mass crowd left the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle Aug. 26, Judy Lorenz held a large poster board...

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