Faith NewsDennis Sadowski - Catholic News ServiceSeptember 16, 2019
WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Paulist Father Thomas Stransky, credited internationally as a pioneer in the Catholic Church's ecumenical and interfaith relations stemming from the Second Vatican Council, died Sept. 3 on his 89th birthday.
Faith NewsDennis Sadowski - Catholic News ServiceAugust 30, 2019
The charges stemmed from an April 2018 protest at Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay in Georgia, one of two home ports for the U.S. Navy's fleet of Trident submarines.
Faith NewsDennis Sadowski - Catholic News ServiceJuly 17, 2019
July 16 was the first day of the second Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom at the U.S. Department of State.
Politics & Society NewsDennis Sadowski - Catholic News ServiceJuly 12, 2019
The Trump administration is weighing a plan that uses a different definition of inflation to determine who lives in poverty and who does not.
Politics & Society NewsDennis Sadowski - Catholic News ServiceJuly 10, 2019
Bishop John E. Stowe of Lexington, Kentucky, bishop-president of Pax Christi USA, and Bishop Marc Stenger of Troyes, France, co-president of Pax Christi International, were among the signers of a statement released July 8.
Faith NewsDennis Sadowski - Catholic News ServiceJune 12, 2019
A nationwide third-party system for receiving confidential reports of “certain complaints” against bishops took a step closer to being implemented during the spring general assembly of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
Politics & Society NewsDennis Sadowski - Catholic News ServiceMay 16, 2019
Online child sexual abuse is a booming international business and religious congregations holding stocks in major telecom firms are stepping up their advocacy to thwart it.
Politics & Society NewsDennis Sadowski - Catholic News ServiceApril 30, 2019
Father Ryscavage’s research and advocacy on behalf of refugees and migrants was recognized around the world
Politics & Society NewsDennis Sadowski - Catholic News ServiceApril 25, 2019
A recent survey by the Boston-based Catholic Investment Services indicated that 90% of Catholics surveyed believed that church organizations should invest funds in ways that are consistent with church teachings. However, because of the sex-abuse scandals that have plagued the church, 31% stated
Politics & Society NewsDennis Sadowski - Catholic News ServiceMarch 26, 2019
The bishops argued in a March 22 statement that the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards, or MATS, are needed to protect pregnant women as well.