The pope’s steadfast position to abuse scandals is fighting abuse and ensuring accountability cannot be a one-man operation and needs to be backed by a global army.
Priest from the Diocese of Lafayette, Indiana, suspended from public ministry after a derogatory remark in his June 28 bulletin article about Black Lives Matters protesters.
Documents uncovered from the recently opened archives of the pontificate of Pope Pius XII revealed allegations of sexual abuse and abuse of power against Father Kentenich.
The Vatican, U.S. and Israeli ambassadors to the Vatican to express concern that “possible unilateral actions” on their part would further jeopardize peace in the region.
A federal judge ruled late June 30 the Trump administration unlawfully implemented its 2019 policy to turn away asylum-seekers if they don’t first seek protection in countries along their way to the United States.
The consensus from religious liberty advocates is that Blaine amendments, a hated remnant of 19th-century anti-Catholic bigotry, are finally gone for good.
Archbishop Gregory and Rabbi Noam Marans addressed racism, anti-Semitism and other problems facing America today during a June 30 online discussion.
Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops thanked Florida’s governor for signing S.B. 404, requiring parental consent before a minor has an abortion.