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Archbishop Mitchell T. Rozanski: We have too much work to do...

By ARCHBISHOP MITCHELL T. ROZANSKI There was a scholar of the law who stood up to test Jesus and said: “Teacher, who should I vote...

Exposed during coronavirus pandemic, weakness of U.S. economy connected to healthcare,...

WASHINGTON -- Regardless of who wins November's presidential election, the winner will have his hands full repairing and revamping an economy whose weaknesses many...

Catholic voters can be guided by principles of social teaching, church...

BALTIMORE -- As early voting begins in some states for the coming presidential election, Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori is urging his parishioners to...

Bishops want Catholics to knowledgeably assess issues and candidates from the...

There is much to appreciate about working in the Catholic press, but every four years can become an occasion to think about a career...

Archbishop Hebda advises Minnesota priests not to vote in presidential primary...

PAUL, Minn. -- Archbishop Bernard A. Hebda of St. Paul and Minneapolis shared some advice from the Minnesota Catholic Conference with priests and deacons...

Church leaders pledge to support, cooperate with new Mexican president

MEXICO CITY — The Mexican bishops conference extended congratulations to presidential election winner Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who won a landslide victory on an...

Venezuelan cardinal rejects U.S. military intervention

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — A Venezuelan cardinal rejected the possibility of foreign intervention in the country following U.S. President Donald Trump’s threat to...

5,600-plus sisters call for civility by candidates in presidential race

  SILVER SPRING, Md. — More than 5,600 U.S. religious sisters have signed a letter asking for civil discourse in the presidential campaign. The letter was...

Voters Guide: Maryland Catholic Conference candidate surveys

  About the Survey Every election year, the Maryland Catholic Conference surveys the state’s candidates for U.S. Senate and House of Representatives about their positions on...

In politically polarized Argentina, some worry about new president

Catholic News Service BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — In a sprawling working class parish founded by Jesuit Father Jorge Bergoglio long before he became archbishop of...

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