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"There was an apology, but for us, we needed more and we continue to seek more."
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Six Catholic organizations have endorsed a wide-ranging platform calling for urgent attention to the nation's democratic principles.
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The impeachment inquiry is but one of many factors making movement on bills as slow as molasses in January.
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Because of Trump administration policies regarding immigration and migrants, certain immigration judges are wary that their decisions might get them fired.
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has a plan for universal child care-and it is being scrutinized through a "pro-life" perspective.
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"I'm not as bad as they paint me," McCarrick told Slate, which posted interview comments in an article Sept. 3. "I do not believe that I did the things that they accused me of."
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The Catholic Church in the United States and the survivors of the Parkland school shooting both want to achieve the same goal: ending gun violence in this country.
A photo panel shows Pennsylvania Bishops Ronald W. Gainer of Harrisburg, David A. Zubik of Pittsburgh, Joseph C. Bambera of Scranton, Alfred A. Schlert of Allentown, Edward C. Malesic of Greensburg and Lawrence T. Persico of Erie.
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The grand jury report, released Aug. 14, 2018, was based on a monthslong investigation into alleged abuse in the dioceses of Pittsburgh, Allentown, Scranton, Erie, Harrisburg and Greensburg, Pennsylvania. It covered a 70-year period starting in 1947.
A woman who supports abortion access stands alongside pro-life supporters during a rally outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington in June 2018. (CNS photo/Toya Sarno Jordan, Reuters)
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According to the survey, which was released Aug. 13, 54 percent of Americans believe abortion should be legal in all or most cases, while 40 percent believe it should be illegal in most or all cases—numbers essentially unchanged since 2014.
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For a population that has seen growing displacement, poverty, fighting and chaos over much of the past six years, it is a relief, Bishop Nongo-Aziagbia told Catholic News Service.