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James Black, licensed clinical psychologist, speaks about the impact gun violence...

PHILADELPHIA-- Gun violence in Philadelphia highlights the deep-seated trauma and developmental issues experienced by many of the city's youth, said an Archdiocese of Philadelphia...

Ukrainian Catholics welcome invitation to join European Union — ‘a message...

PHILADELPHIA -- Ukrainian Catholics in Philadelphia and throughout the nation are "(welcoming) the European Union's courageous step to extend Ukraine candidate status," said Archbishop...

Philadelphia teens talk about gun violence: ‘The world’s different now. It’s...

PHILADELPHIA -- As gun violence continues to plague the Philadelphia region and the nation as a whole, two teens served by Catholic Social Services...

Sisters of St. Basil the Great committed to serve people in...

PHILADELPHIA -- Women religious in Ukraine are facing Russia's full-scale invasion of that nation with determined faith and a commitment to service. Two sisters of...

Philadelphia Ukrainian Archbishop Borys Gudziak says country is being ‘crucified in...

PHILADELPHIA — Ukraine is “being crucified before the eyes of the world,” said the head of the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia. Speaking by telephone...

Ukrainian Catholic bishops in the U.S. call for a three-day prayer...

PHILADELPHIA -- As fears of a Russian invasion of Ukraine continue to mount, the Ukrainian Catholic bishops of the U.S. have called for a...

Philadelphia pro-life advocates committed to support for human dignity throughout life

PHILADELPHIA — As the nation marks nearly five decades of legalized abortion, Philadelphia area pro-life advocates say they’re committed to “all-encompassing” support for human...

Foster parents in Philadelphia after Supreme Court victory: ‘It’s always been...

PHILADELPHIA -- Foster parents for Catholic Social Services of the Philadelphia Archdiocese said the Supreme Court's 9-0 decision June 17 on faith-based child welfare...

Residents of Northeast Philadelphia parish mourn loss of St. Leo the...

PHILADELPHIA — Catholic residents of a Northeast Philadelphia neighborhood are mourning the loss of a landmark church. Fire ravaged the former St. Leo the Great...

Archdiocese of Philadelphia pays out or approves over $50 million for...

PHILADELPHIA -- The Archdiocese of Philadelphia has paid out or approved over $50 million so far to 222 clergy sex abuse survivors, according to...

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