Faith NewsJulie Asher - Catholic News ServiceJune 21, 2019
Msgr. John Kozar, president of Catholic Near East Welfare Association, and publisher of CNEWA's ONE magazine, is the 2019 winner of the Catholic Press Association's Bishop John England Award.
Faith NewsJulie Asher - Catholic News ServiceMay 20, 2019
The "first and most important thing" is "getting out in the field and meeting the people," Archbishop Gregory said.
Politics & Society NewsJulie Asher - Catholic News ServiceMay 15, 2019
Police searched the offices of the Catholic Diocese of Dallas on Wednesday after an investigation into child sexual abuse allegations against a former priest uncovered claims against others, a police commander said.
Faith NewsJulie Asher - Catholic News ServiceFebruary 12, 2019
"We need to address prevention by helping children to learn simultaneously -- how do you keep yourself safe from others while learning to manage yourself?"
Politics & Society NewsJulie Asher - Catholic News ServiceFebruary 07, 2019
In a new series on child sexual abuse called "Children at Risk," the Catholic News Service reports on how extensive the abuse is in the United States and particularly in the Catholic Church.
Politics & Society NewsJulie Asher - Catholic News ServiceFebruary 04, 2019
"Abortion has always been built on a lie. Today, the lie is switching from 'abortion is a choice' to 'abortion is health care,'" said Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann of Kansas City, Kansas.
Politics & Society NewsJulie Asher - Catholic News ServiceJanuary 22, 2019
The U. S. Conference of Catholic bishops in a statement issued on January 20, 2019, urged President Trump and the Congress to come to an agreement to end the government shutdown which is hurting many people.
Politics & Society NewsJulie Asher - Catholic News ServiceJanuary 18, 2019
WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Those who stand up for the dignity of life in all its stages and want to see this respect for all life enshrined once again in U.S.
Politics & Society NewsJulie Asher - Catholic News ServiceJanuary 14, 2019
"We plan to march even if the government shutdown is not yet resolved," declares the March for Life website, marchforlife.org. "We have marched for 45 years and will march again this year to end the human rights abuse of abortion."
Politics & Society NewsJulie Asher - Catholic News ServiceDecember 19, 2018
In a statement issued on December 18, 2018, the U.S. bishops' committee on migration said that the death of the 7-year-old Guatemalan girl trying to enter the United States with her father was a "jarring disruption of the natural order of life" and urged a reexamination of "our failed immigration