Faith NewsRhina Guidos - Catholic News Service January 16, 2019
Cardinal Donald W. Wuerl, Washington's retired archbishop, apologized Jan. 15 for what he called a "lapse of memory," clarifying that he knew of at least one abuse allegation against former U.S. Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick, but he had "forgotten" about it.
Faith NewsRhina Guidos - Catholic News Service January 08, 2019
Many are asking why McCarrick was allowed to ascend the hierarchical church ladder when some in church circles had reported questionable behavior to the Vatican.
Politics & Society NewsRhina Guidos - Catholic News Service January 04, 2019
Lawmakers voted late Jan. 3 to keep Jesuit Father Patrick J. Conroy, the 60th chaplain of the U.S. House of Representatives, in the post for the next two years.
Politics & Society News AnalysisRhina Guidos - Catholic News Service December 28, 2018
The year may be coming to an end but the battles on the immigration front promise to continue well into 2019 and beyond.
Politics & Society NewsRhina Guidos - Catholic News Service December 28, 2018
Many worried, however, that just like the government shutdown, periodic acts aimed against migrants would continue, and they urged politicians to put their differences aside to find lasting solutions to stem the flow and the danger posed to human beings who face the consequences of policy.
Politics & Society NewsRhina Guidos - Catholic News Service December 27, 2018
Felipe Alonzo Gomez of Guatemala is the second child identified as dying while under detention by U.S. border authorities in December.
Politics & Society NewsRhina Guidos - Catholic News Service December 17, 2018
The Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet have said that they will offer full restitution in response to the embezzlement by two of their members in the school in which they worked.
Politics & Society NewsRhina Guidos - Catholic News Service November 14, 2018
It begins with listening, understanding, offering responses showing that they, the victim-survivors, are believed, she said.
Politics & Society NewsRhina Guidos - Catholic News Service November 01, 2018
A New York auxiliary bishop has been removed from public ministry pending a Vatican review of a decades-old accusation of sexual abuse against him, a claim he denies, the Archdiocese of New York said in a letter released Oct. 31.
Politics & SocietyRhina Guidos - Catholic News Service October 30, 2018
Since its release, more than a dozen attorneys general around the country have announced investigations of their own, seeking church records about what diocesan authorities knew of past abuse.