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New U.S. cardinals discuss their ministry

Catholic News Service ROME — Dressed in red from head to toe, almost, the two new U.S. cardinals met the press after the consistory Feb....

Phila. closes 10 parish schools, 23 regional ones formed

Catholic News Service PHILADELPHIA — Forty-nine Catholic schools in the Philadelphia Archdiocese will form 23 regional schools and 10 schools will close outright, according to...

Editorial: It’s a First Amendment issue

To deny conscience rights, government refuses to call Catholic charities, hospitals and colleges ‘religious’ You don’t have to be a conservative Catholic to be dismayed...

Honduran church works to help survivors of prison fire

Catholic News Service SAN SALVADOR — The Diocese of Comayagua is working with prison authorities to try to help survivors of one of the world's...

Sallies’ robot inventor goes to Washington

Benjamin Hylak, a freshman at Salesianum School, was honored last week with other students from around the country at the 2012 White House Science...

Support for religious exemption higher among Catholics

Catholic News Service WASHINGTON — Support for a religious exemption to the contraceptive mandate in the U.S. health reform plan is stronger among Catholics, especially...

Former Episcopal bishop installed to lead new Catholic ordinariate

Catholic News Service HOUSTON — With the reading of a papal pronouncement and the presentation of the miter and crosier, symbols of his new pastoral...

Bishops renew call for legislative action on religious liberty

WASHINGTON – The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB)  issued the following statement on Feb. 10: The Catholic bishops have long supported access to...

Three Vikings reach milestone in St. E’s basketball win

St. Elizabeth closed out its boys home basketball schedule Friday night with a 59-48 win over Caravel, but it was more than just the...

Pope calls on world to help Africans in desert region

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — Pope Benedict XVI urged the international community to address the problems of poverty and malnutrition in Africa's Sahel region. "The...

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