Basilian Father Thomas Rosica speaks at a Vatican press briefing in 2015. (CNS/Paul Haring)
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Catholic News ServiceJune 18, 2019
Rosica has faced allegations of plagiarizing the written work of several authors.
The Archbishop of Paris Michel Aupetit, second left, leads the first mass in a side chapel, two months after a devastating fire engulfed the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral
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Catholic News ServiceJune 17, 2019
The archbishop of Paris wore a hard hat as he celebrated the first Mass in Notre Dame Cathedral since a huge blaze devastated the landmark building in April.
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Catholic News ServiceJune 17, 2019
S.B. 360 -- which passed in the California Senate May 23 in a 30-2 vote -- would force priests to disclose information about child sexual abuse that they learn when they are hearing another priest's confession or when hearing the confession of a co-worker.
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Catholic News ServiceJune 17, 2019
The nation's largest Protestant denomination took new steps to expel member churches that cover up or mishandle sexual abuse allegations.
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Catholic News ServiceJune 13, 2019
Before the St. Louis Blues beat the Boston Bruins in Game 7 on June 12 to win the National Hockey League's Stanley Cup for the first time in the team's 52-year history, Twitter was alive with hopes for a little divine intervention for such a victory.
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Catholic News ServiceJune 13, 2019
Retired Bishop Joseph H. Hart of Cheyenne will face a Vatican trial for allegations that he sexually abused several minors years ago.
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Catholic News ServiceJune 10, 2019
The Peoria Diocese said Bishop Daniel R. Jenky "is overjoyed and elated" that the remains of Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen will be coming home to the diocese following a ruling by the state of New York's highest court.
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Catholic News ServiceJune 07, 2019
Springfield Bishop Thomas J. Paprocki issued a decree June 6 stating that Catholic lawmakers in the Illinois Legislature "who promoted or voted for extreme abortion legislation" cannot receive Communion in churches in his diocese.
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Catholic News ServiceJune 07, 2019
Pope Francis praised Allied troops who took part in critical D-Day landings in France 75 years ago, while also remembering German soldiers who died fighting under Nazi orders.
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Catholic News ServiceJune 06, 2019
In a joint statement on June 3, the bishops of Iowa dioceses announced that they will hand over documents related to clergy sex abuse at the attorney general's request.