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Protesters call for change as bishops gather in Baltimore

BALTIMORE (CNS) -- As the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops opened a Day of Prayer at the Fall Bishops General Assembly Nov. 12, John...

Viewpoint: Catholics have a moral duty to fight anti-Semitism

Responding to editors' requests for a regular sampling of current commentary from around the Catholic press, here is an unsigned editorial titled: "Catholics have...

Christian Unity: The body of Christ at work

The promulgation of the Decree on Ecumenism, "Unitatis Redintegratio," at the Second Vatican Council made it acceptable for Catholics to engage with Christians from...

Bishop Malooly kicks off Convocation 150 in Ocean City, Md., for...

Bishop Malooly welcomed more than 700 congregants Nov. 3 to Convocation 150 to the convention center in Ocean City, Md. Leaders from every parish in...

Second grade ‘saints’ gather at Holy Cross in Dover

Second graders from Holy Cross School in Dover pose with Father Salla in front of the Blessed Mother statue at Holy Cross Church on...

Delaware DOJ says it will look for ‘potential criminal conduct’ in...

The Delaware Department of Justice announced Nov. 1 it is conducting an investigation into potential criminal conduct engaged in by priests or personnel of...

Diocese of Wilmington sesquicentennial: Father Thomas Peterman

Commentary by Father Thomas Peterman on the history of the Diocese of Wilmington on the occasion of the diocesan sesquicentennial. In grade and high school,...

’40 Days for Life’ volunteers hold vigil outside Planned Parenthood in...

Volunteers with “40 days for Life” took part in an effort to offer alternatives to abortion in Wilmington and hundreds of cities across the...

From Nairobi to New York, human life should be respected, says...

WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Obianuju Ekeocha, founder and president of Culture of Life Africa, encouraged a Washington audience Oct. 23 to celebrate the birth of...

Dialog sesquicentennial special section: Our Lady of Wilmington

A seed was planted about five years ago in the mind of Father Brian Lewis when he went to visit a priest friend in...

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