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Catholic News ServiceJune 26, 2019
"This image cries to heaven for justice. This image silences politics. Who can look on this picture and not see the results of the failures of all of us to find a humane and just solution to the immigration crisis?" the bishops said.
Faith News
Catholic News ServiceJune 26, 2019
English bishops welcomed a Court of Appeal ruling that a pregnant mentally disabled woman did not need to have an abortion.
Bannon Burke
Faith News
Catholic News ServiceJune 25, 2019
On Twitter, Cardinal Burke said he had urged the institute to return to its original purpose of promoting the respect of human dignity but “it has not done so.”
Politics & Society News
Catholic News ServiceJune 21, 2019
Honored as one of the U.S. State Department's "heroes" in combatting human trafficking, Comboni Sister Gabriella Bottani urged action to fight the situations that make people, especially women and children, vulnerable to trafficking.
Politics & Society News
Catholic News ServiceJune 20, 2019
Cardinal John Tong Hon, apostolic administrator of the Diocese of Hong Kong, and the chairman of the Hong Kong Christian Council called on chief executive Carrie Lam to withdraw a controversial extradition bill.
Faith News
Catholic News ServiceJune 19, 2019
The much beloved bishop was recalled by many both in California and across the country as a churchman who lived by a simple code: "We are here to serve, and to do it with a touch of class."
Basilian Father Thomas Rosica speaks at a Vatican press briefing in 2015. (CNS/Paul Haring)
Faith News
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
Faith News
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.
Politics & Society News
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.
Politics & Society News
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.