The University of Notre Dame and Georgetown University are among a group of 16 private educational institutions named in a lawsuit alleging a conspiracy to fix student financial aid distribution formulas among them.
U.S. dioceses are crying foul over an investigative report on coronavirus relief funding they say grossly mischaracterized the Catholic Church’s finances and unrestricted cash flows, leaving the crass impression the church used the 2020 CARES Act to hoard cash.
Miami Archbishop Thomas G. Wenski got the Covid-19 vaccine to set an example that the vaccination effort is a public good and a morally acceptable way for Catholics to help combat Covid-19.
Four Catholic thinkers, including Cardinal Joseph W. Tobin of Newark, New Jersey, helped unpack some of the thought processes and frameworks that ought to be going on in the mind of Catholic voters as the U.S. approaches the Nov. 3 presidential election.
Six decades after its founding, Camillus House has grown from a small overnight shelter into a full-service center, spread across a series of new buildings and offering a comprehensive system of care for the poor and homeless.
Education leaders imagining how Catholic schools will safely reopen this fall agree on two things: different decisions will be made according to locations and reopening plans may change on short notice.
In a country that has known its share of disasters and social upheaval, Haiti is trying to prepare for the pandemic as best as possible.
With spring priestly ordinations just around the corner, many dioceses around the U.S. anticipate that state pandemic-related lockdown measures will extend into May and are pushing back their plans, while others are still weighing their options.