Faith News
Nicole Winfield - Associated Press February 07, 2019
The largest association of religious sisters in the United States called Thursday for an overhaul of the male-led leadership structure of the Catholic Church.
Politics & Society News
Nicole Winfield - Associated Press February 01, 2019
The Vatican's women's magazine is denouncing the sexual abuse of nuns by priests — and the resulting "scandal" of religious sisters having abortions or giving birth to children who are then not recognized by their fathers.
Politics & Society News
Nicole Winfield - Associated Press January 25, 2019
Pope Francis insisted Thursday that public officials live simply, honestly and transparently as he opened a visit to a Central American region that has been rife with corruption scandals and is now coping with political upheaval in nearby Venezuela.
Faith News
Nicole Winfield - Associated Press January 25, 2019
Francis on Friday will celebrate a special penitential Mass inside the Las Garzas de Pacora detention center, which is Panama's main youth lockup.
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Nicole Winfield - Associated Press January 23, 2019
Pope Francis said Wednesday that fear of migration is "making us crazy" as he began a trip to Central America amid a standoff over President Donald Trump's promised wall at the U.S.-Mexico border and a new caravan of migrants heading north.
Faith News
Nicole Winfield - Associated Press January 14, 2019
Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano wrote a letter to McCarrick that was published Monday on an Italian blog, Vigano's way of communicating after he went into hiding following his bombshell accusations against the pope in August.
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Nicole Winfield - Associated Press January 12, 2019
The key accuser in the sex abuse case against ex-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick has met with New York City prosecutors.
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Nicole Winfield - Associated Press January 11, 2019
Fewer than a third of U.S. Catholics rate the honesty and ethical standards of clergy as "very high" or "high."
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Nicole Winfield - Associated Press January 04, 2019
The Vatican has confirmed that an Argentine bishop, who resigned suddenly in 2017 for stated health reasons and then landed a top administrative job at the Holy See, is under preliminary investigation after priests accused him of sexual abuse and other misconduct.