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Greg Erlandson, Catholic News Service

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Vatican’s McCarrick report pulls no punches, but still leaves questions about...

Two years ago, Pope Francis called for a full accounting of how Theodore McCarrick was able to rise through church ranks, and he promised...

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...

Coronavirus has made things tricky, but good, bad times not new...

It seems as if there are two kinds of graduation narratives for what happens after young collegians toast each other with one last Natty...

AP’s cheap shot at favorite punching bag ignores impact of Catholic...

It is no surprise that Catholic dioceses, parishes, schools and organizations have been profoundly affected by the coronavirus pandemic. With unemployment impacting so many...

In abnormal days, returning to Mass at church feels somewhat normal:...

Have you started going back to Mass yet? Recently I went to my first Mass in three months. I had been watching Masses livestreamed weekly,...

How difficult it is for those who have not experienced racism...

I'd be willing to bet that not many of us have watched a man die. Those of us who don't go to war or...

‘Do to others whatever you would have them do to you’...

I’ve been a bit puzzled about all the debate and outrage over wearing masks. I know some of it is weirdly ideological, but some...

In time of pandemic, we recognize how bravery resides in places...

It is always impressive to hear the stories of people who rush toward danger when others are fleeing. Remember Ventura County sheriff's Sgt. Ron...

Alleged apparitions of ‘Our Lady of America’ not of supernatural origin,...

WASHINGTON -- Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades of Fort Wayne-South Bend, Indiana, and five other bishops have concluded that alleged apparitions of Our Lady of...

Finding reason to hope amid the pessimism: Greg Erlandson

My father-in-law, Joseph, was a wonderful guy. An immigrant who passionately loved America, he was hardworking, honest and thrifty. He had a laborer's hands...

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