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“As the omicron variant of Covid sweeps through our area, I ask that you please continue to be extremely cautious,” Washington Cardinal Wilton D. Gregory said.
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A retired priest of the Diocese of Arlington, who for seven years oversaw the diocese’s program on protecting minors from clerical sexual abuse, was indicted shortly before Christmas on two counts of sexually abusing a minor.
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Pope Francis has dismissed from the priesthood Robert McWilliams, a Cleveland man who is serving a life sentence in prison for sexually exploiting children.
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Catholic Charities USA is accepting donations at https://www.catholiccharitiesusa.org. The site has a button where users can donate money for tornado relief.
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The Vatican Dec. 13 published the list of Pope Francis’ liturgies for the Christmas season.
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The newly installed Catholic bishop of Hong Kong promised action to heal Catholics and the wider society, divided because of the Chinese action to suppress a two-year-long protest seeking democratic freedoms.
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“Let us use this moment to rededicate ourselves to the intentional, difficult and uncomfortable work of naming and eradicating systemic racism,” the Atlanta archbishop said in a statement Nov. 24.
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“During times like these with severe division among people and the potential for social unrest, it is important for us to remember Jesus’ commandment to love one another,” Milwaukee Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki said.
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“Among the injured are one of our Catholic priests, as well as multiple parishioners and Waukesha Catholic school children,” Sandra Peterson, communication director for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, said.
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Released late Nov. 9, the 18th annual report from the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' Secretariat of Child and Youth Protection stated that 3,924 child sexual abuse survivors filed 4,228 allegations.