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Archival discovery at Catholic U. leads to Kristallnacht remembrance

WASHINGTON — Jews worldwide will remember the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht. In a direct German translation, it means “Crystal Night,” but it is more commonly...

Two Catholic universities rescind Archbishop McCarrick’s honorary degrees

WASHINGTON (CNS) -- The Catholic University of America announced July 30 that it was withdrawing the 2006 honorary degree awarded to then-Cardinal Theodore E....

Living Our Faith: Science and faith

Science and religion are not seen by the church as opposing forces, but distinct and valuable approaches to understanding the universe and our place...

What does the church teach about ‘responsible parenthood’?

The Catholic Church's teaching on responsible parenthood is often overlooked, or simply unknown. Pope Francis memorably countered popular misconceptions about the church's sexual teaching in...

Red Mass homily: Criminal justice system needs reform

Sulpician Father Phillip J. Brown, the rector of the Theological College of the National Seminary of the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.,...

Catholic U. programs complement art exhibit on Mary in Washington

Catholic News Service A current exhibition depicting images of Mary by Renaissance and Baroque artists does not stop at the walls of the Washington's National...

World financial system built as ‘new idolatry,’ cardinal tells forum

Catholic News Service WASHINGTON — The world financial system “has been built as a new idolatry,” charged Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, at...

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