Faith News
Cindy Wooden - Catholic News ServiceDecember 23, 2019
The report "identified 175 minors as victims of sexual abuse committed by 33 priests of the congregation" in the 78 years since the order's founding.
Pope Francis greets Cardinal Angelo Sodano, now dean emeritus of the College of Cardinals, during his annual audience to give Christmas greetings to members of the Roman Curia at the Vatican Dec. 21, 2019. (CNS photo/Paul Haring)
Faith Vatican Dispatch
Cindy Wooden - Catholic News ServiceDecember 21, 2019
Francis also changed the norms of the office so that the dean would be elected to a five-year term renewable only once.
Faith News
Cindy Wooden - Catholic News ServiceDecember 19, 2019
The group, which included 14 children and teens, arrived in Rome from the Greek island of Lesbos Dec. 4.
Politics & Society News
Cindy Wooden - Catholic News ServiceDecember 12, 2019
Before declaring that a person lived a holy life and is with God in heaven, the pope said, intense investigation is necessary.
Politics & Society News
Cindy Wooden - Catholic News ServiceDecember 11, 2019
In their "ad limina" visit with the pope, the bishops from Ohio and Michigan discussed a wide variety of topics, including the sex abuse crisis and how that impacts the work of priests.
Politics & Society News
Cindy Wooden - Catholic News ServiceDecember 06, 2019
A Jesuit who works for Jesuit Refugee Service in Thailand raised the question of ministry among migrants and refugees.
Faith News
Cindy Wooden - Catholic News ServiceDecember 04, 2019
For more than a year, he has faced questions about how he has addressed the clergy sex abuse crisis.
Faith News
Cindy Wooden - Catholic News ServiceDecember 03, 2019
Archbishop William E. Lori called the meetings "providential."
Politics & Society News
Cindy Wooden - Catholic News ServiceDecember 02, 2019
Pope Francis has given a relic of Jesus' crib to the custody of the Franciscans in the Holy Land, who oversee the churches associated with Jesus' life, death and resurrection.
Faith News
Cindy Wooden - Catholic News ServiceNovember 29, 2019
The bishops of Pennsylvania and New Jersey discussed sexual abuse with Pope Francis in a Thanksgiving Day meeting as part of their ad limina visit.