Faith NewsJonathan Luxmoore - Catholic News ServiceOctober 02, 2019
"The synodal way is a 'sui generis' process, and not a synod or a particular council, and there'll be no separate German process, without Rome, on questions touching the universal church.
Politics & Society NewsJonathan Luxmoore - Catholic News ServiceSeptember 30, 2019
Lithuania's cardinal-designate Sigitas Tamkevicius, a Jesuit and a veteran of Soviet prisons and labor camps, will receive the red hat from Pope Francis Oct. 5 at the Vatican.
Faith NewsJonathan Luxmoore - Catholic News ServiceSeptember 20, 2019
The first of 250,000 folios of letters and photographs preserved at the oratory were published for the first time, under a digitization program co-organized by the National Institute for Newman Studies in Pittsburgh.
Politics & Society NewsJonathan Luxmoore - Catholic News ServiceSeptember 19, 2019
Pope Francis' appointment of Luxembourg's first-ever cardinal is a man with wide experience, including 20 years diplomatic service in Japan.
Politics & Society NewsJonathan Luxmoore - Catholic News ServiceJuly 31, 2019
His comments followed an assault July 28 on Father Aleksander Ziejewski in the sacristy of the Basilica of St. John the Baptist in the northern city of Szczecin during an attempted robbery.
Faith NewsJonathan Luxmoore - Catholic News ServiceJuly 24, 2019
For years, there had been reports and knowledge of abuse at the schools, but in 2010, the incidents became more publicly known.
Politics & Society NewsJonathan Luxmoore - Catholic News ServiceJune 11, 2019
A senior Dutch priest criticized media reports on the death of a teenager experiencing depression, accusing foreign media of "sensationalizing euthanasia" in his country.
Faith NewsJonathan Luxmoore - Catholic News ServiceMay 23, 2019
The Polish bishops' administrative council met in emergency session May 22 and later admitted the church failed to act against clerical sexual abuse.
Faith NewsJonathan Luxmoore - Catholic News ServiceMarch 15, 2019
A top Polish Catholic leader, named the first bishops' conference delegate for child protection, welcomed a church report on sexual abuse by clergy in his country and vowed efforts to combat it.
Politics & Society NewsJonathan Luxmoore - Catholic News ServiceMarch 15, 2019
The Brussels-based Conference of European Justice and Peace, which is a network of 31 justice and peace commissions established by Catholic bishops' conferences, have voiced concerns about the EU and the need to be vigilant about issues concerning food waste arms exports and other abuses.