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Dennis Sadowski, Catholic News Service

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Legislators warn it may be ‘years’ before a war crimes charge...

WASHINGTON -- The images and reports of human suffering in Ukraine are shocking: destroyed homes and apartment buildings, bodies of bound and shot people...

Boost for funding in federal budget for human needs draws praise...

The $1.5 trillion federal budget for fiscal year 2022 passed by Congress and signed into law March 15 by President Joe Biden includes increased...

New committee aims to protect religious freedom

Prominent leaders of the religious freedom movement introduced an organization they say will work to defend religious liberty and support political candidates at all...

Chairman of the USCCB’s Committee of Justice and Peace accepts pledge...

CLEVELAND -- The chairman of the U.S. bishops' Committee on International Justice and Peace welcomed a pledge by five nuclear powers to prevent the...

One year after Jan. 6 insurrection, Washington D.C. police chaplain continues...

A year since the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, Msgr. Salvatore A. Criscuolo continues to see the physical pain and mental stress among officers...

Amid rubble after fire at Catholic agency, Knoxville Bishop Richard F....

Flashlight in hand, Bishop Richard F. Stika of Knoxville, Tenn., was walking through the fire-damaged administrative offices of Catholic Charities of East Tennessee, when...

Bishops’ review of “Charter for the Protection of Children and Young...

BALTIMORE — An update on the U.S. bishops’ “Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People” will take place sooner than originally planned. On...

Differences between Pope Francis and President Joe Biden should not prevent...

President Joe Biden's upcoming audience with Pope Francis presents an opportunity for the pontiff to inspire the U.S. leader to work more diligently to...

Adorers of Blood of Christ lose court battle challenging natural gas...

A religious order that has been challenging construction of a natural gas transmission line through its Pennsylvania property for years expressed disappointment that a...

Retired New York priest encourages clergy to ‘green’ their pulpits as...

CLEVELAND — Father Michael Bausch has long been concerned about the environment and would speak at times about care for God’s creation during homilies...

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