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.
Faith NewsDennis Sadowski - Catholic News ServiceMarch 22, 2019
With divided government, the budget debate from now through the start of the fiscal year on Oct. 1, and perhaps later, may become contentious as congressional committee hearings shape how tax dollars are spent.
Politics & Society NewsDennis Sadowski - Catholic News ServiceMarch 14, 2019
"I think it's more critical than ever for the public, for those of us working in the field, to stay engaged on the issues and remain motivated and committed to freeing the world of nuclear weapons."
Faith NewsDennis Sadowski - Catholic News ServiceMarch 11, 2019
Four Catholic Relief Service staff members on their way to a training session in Nairobi, Kenya, were among the passengers aboard an Ethiopian Airlines flight that crashed moments after takeoff in the east African nation.
Politics & Society NewsDennis Sadowski - Catholic News ServiceMarch 07, 2019
A campaign by faith-based investors and investment networks, spearheaded by a New York congregation of women religious, led the nation's largest consumer bank to announce it intended to stop investing in private prison firms.
Politics & Society NewsDennis Sadowski - Catholic News ServiceFebruary 28, 2019
A broad investor coalition involving religious orders, labor unions and state pension funds that control more than $3 trillion in assets is working with the nation's leading drug distributors as corporate annual meeting season nears.
Politics & Society NewsDennis Sadowski - Catholic News ServiceJanuary 17, 2019
In a recent Marist College survey, 61% of respondents who identify as "pro-choice" were not against some restrictions concerning abortion. The poll, taken in January 2019, is an annual event sponsored by the Knights of Columbus detailing Americans' views in the run-up to the yearly March for Life