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Catechesis on the human person, gender ideology: ‘We can never say...

ARLINGTON, Va. -- The topic of transgenderism is discussed routinely in the news, on television shows and in schools. This prevailing ideology -- that a...

Archdiocese of Washington creates plan to care for creation

WASHINGTON — Launched Aug. 16, the Archdiocese of Washington’s action plan to promote “an integral ecology” includes practical ways that parishes, Catholic schools and...

‘Glorifying Christ’ comes before medals, Illinois Paralympian Jenna Fesemyer says

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — When Jenna Fesemyer races at the Tokyo Summer Paralympic Games, the students and staff of St. John’s Catholic Newman Center at...

Haitian Americans on Long Island are eager to help earthquake-ravaged homeland

Long Island’s Haitian American community is concerned about friends and relatives affected by the recent earthquake, and people want to help. From her home in...

San Diego Bishop Robert McElroy urges priests to ‘caringly decline’ to...

SAN DIEGO -- Bishop Robert W. McElroy of San Diego urged priests Aug. 11 to "caringly decline" to provide any Catholics who request it...

Cardinal Raymond Burke hospitalized, placed on ventilator after testing positive for...

VATICAN CITY -- U.S. Cardinal Raymond L. Burke has been hospitalized and put on a ventilator less than one week after telling people he...

How you can help the victims of the earthquake in Haiti

Numerous organizations, including Catholic agencies, are accepting donations to assist with their emergency response to the Haiti earthquake. Catholic Relief Services: online: crs.org; by...

Haitian Cardinal Langlois injured, bishop’s residence collapsed, priest killed, as church...

LES CAYES, Haiti  -- The magnitude 7.2 earthquake that struck Haiti collapsed the bishop's residence in Les Cayes, killing one priest, leaving one missing...

Daughter of Charity Sister Julia Huiskamp among finalists for Catholic Extension’s...

CHICAGO -- A Daughter of Charity in Illinois who serves children and families living in housing projects, a priest who leads a faith community...

U.S. Supreme Court will not hear appeal from Indiana University students...

WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court announced Aug. 12 that it will not hear an appeal from a group of students at Indiana University who...

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