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K.V. Turley
A recent court case highlights ethical dilemmas for medics of faith.
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In August 2018, a Pennsylvania grand jury report was released, identifying more than 1,000 allegations of abuse at the hands of some 300 clergy members in six dioceses in the state, including 99 from Pittsburgh.
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Father Joensen has served as dean of campus spiritual life at Loras College, a Catholic liberal arts institution in Dubuque, since 2010.
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Matteo Bruni, 43, an Italian born in Great Britain, has worked for the Holy See press office since 2009, including as chief press handler, and most recently, as the lead on organization of papal trips.
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According to the Barts Health NHS Trust, which administers the Royal London Hospital, doctors have determined that “further invasive medical treatment is futile.”
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A recent New York Times analysis has suggested that the cathedral came very close to completely collapsing, and that the brave actions of Paris’ fire department likely saved the building from further damage.
In Person
Lauretta Brown
In an exclusive Register interview, the archbishop discusses the plight of his people as they endure Venezuela’s ongoing political and economic crisis.
Books
Carl E. Olson
BOOK PICK: Into the Deep: An Unlikely Catholic Conversion by Abigail Rine Favale
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To view online pornography, internet users would need to confirm their age by entering information from a driver’s license, credit card, or passport.
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The ballot initiative filing cites “substantial medical evidence that an unborn child is capable of experiencing pain by 22 weeks gestation,” noting that a child of this age will react to painful stimuli by recoiling or swimming away.
Joan Frawley Desmond
Lesther Alemán said he plans to attend the U.S. State Department’s Ministerial July 16-17 to bring awareness to the struggle for human rights in his country.
Amy Smith
The space race received worldwide attention — including in Rome.
Peter Jesserer Smith
A recent salvo by The Guardian indicates that fertility-awareness-based methods are leaving their niche in Catholic circles and entering the mainstream.
VOICES from the Blogs
Vincent Weaver
John Grondelski
Joan Desmond
Pat Cross
Matt D’Antuono
Matthew Archbold
K.V. Turley
Sherry Antonetti
Jim Graves
Father John P. Cush
Kathy Schiffer
John Grondelski
Stephanie Mann
Angelo Stagnaro
Laura Dittus