‘Unbrotherly love’: German bishop denounces Polish archbishop’s letter to Pope Francis protesting German reforms
Bishop Georg Bätzing of Limburg, Germany, has written a letter to his Polish counterpart, Archbishop Stanislaw Gadecki of Poznan, accusing him of “unbrotherly behavior” and of an “enormous overstepping of his authority.”
In a video message, Michael Voris declined to get into specifics, but said there were “horrible, ugly things” he needed to “go away and address.”
Leader dedicated to making communities safer to receive award from Catholic Campaign for Human Development
Ivonn Rivera is the winner of the Cardinal Bernardin New Leadership 2023 Award for her "leadership in fighting poverty and injustice in the United States through community-based solutions,”
In a self-described follow-up to his encyclical “Laudato Si,” Pope Francis plans to release a new environmental document to assess what has happened since 2015 and what more needs to be done.
The chairman of the U.S. bishops’ domestic policy committee said the nation has “urgent work” to do to really show a “radical solidarity with working families.”
Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone of San Francisco announced Aug. 21 the archdiocese has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization “to facilitate settlements” with survivors of clergy abuse.
German cardinal is ‘disappointed’ priests and staff tried to access porn sites using archdiocese computers
Cardinal Rainer Maria Woelki commented, “To some, the consumption of pornography may seem harmless. But I agree with Pope Francis, who condemns it and warns of its dangers, especially the violation of human dignity.”
Retired Bishop Howard J. Hubbard of Albany, whose request to be returned to the lay state was rejected by the Vatican, has been hospitalized at Albany Medical Center after suffering a major stroke this week.
A Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization could be an inevitability for the Archdiocese of San Francisco, according to a statement released Aug. 4 by Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone.
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops announced July 24 that more than 28,600 individuals, most between the ages of 18 and 25, and over 60 U.S bishops will be on hand for the Aug. 1-6 gathering.