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By deciding not to hear the case, the court has not cast a judgment on the questions contained in the appeals.
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JD Flynn/CNA
Sisters Mary Margaret Kreuper and Lana Chang are alleged to have misappropriated nearly $500,000 from a Catholic school.
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Many recent revelations and allegations have involved the sexual abuse or harassment of adults.
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The Archdiocese of Philadelphia commissioned the analysis, w
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The NIH is expected to no longer fund research at the University of California San Francisco.
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Organizations in New Orleans, Miami and Washington state were selected to receive grants by the Bezos Day 1 Families Fund.
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Joseph O’Brien
The pursuit of profit should be balanced with other goals, such as charitable giving and the fair treatment of customers, employees and investors.
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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Monday cited due process for its decision.
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Trio would include forbidding abortion after a fetal heartbeat is detected, establishing fetal personhood and ending dismemberment abortions.
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Stephen Beale
In several states, laws that protect the unborn, religious freedom and other Catholic interests are likely to be challenged.
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Enough is Enough has pressured the coffee chain to restrict porn access on the café’s Wi-Fi.
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The event was organized by the Beloved Movement, a forum that promotes discipleship and spiritual community.
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Thomas Wehner
A 2012 investigation at the Connecticut seminary found evidence of a homosexual network that extended into several dioceses, and despite its findings, some of those involved were subsequently ordained to the priesthood.
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Joan Frawley Desmond
After the Vatican blocked U.S. Church leaders from voting on two proposals to strengthen bishop accountability, a third plan giving metropolitan archbishops responsibility for investigating accused bishops draws intense scrutiny.
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Diocese of Sacramento announced last week that any open spots in diocesan Catholic schools would be open to students in need.
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The nonprofit group Fight the New Drug has released a three-part documentary to raise greater awareness of the harms of pornography.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
In a new pastoral letter, the U.S. bishops seek to give Catholics a road map to address the scourge.
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Lauretta Brown
USAID recently announced a new education policy that expands education funding overseas to include private and faith-based schools in developing countries.
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Judy Roberts
The election of Donald Trump and the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh are key factors driving the abortion lobby’s more overt hostility to pro-life advocacy.
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Perpetrator remains on the loose after shooting a woman and sexually assaulting another at the Catholic Supply of St. Louis retail store in Ballwin, Missouri.
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This program will assist dioceses with resources in order to provide compensation and counseling for those who were victimized as minors.
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Department of Health and Human Services: Health researchers need alternatives to using fetal tissue.
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Michelle La Rosa/CNA
The law remains a key standard for judging free-exercise claims.
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Ed Condon/CNA
The Cupich-Wuerl plan would send allegations against bishops to be investigated by their metropolitan archbishops, along with archdiocesan review boards. Metropolitans themselves would be investigated by their senior suffragan bishops.
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Joan Frawley Desmond
U.S. bishops applaud regulations protecting religious employers.
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If the bill becomes law, it would ban abortions at around six weeks, or once a baby’s heartbeat is detected.
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Joan Frawley Desmond
An eleventh-hour Vatican directive blocks a much-anticipated vote on bishop-accountability reforms, but the USCCB president vowed to press for changes.
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Ed Condon/CNA
The bishops resumed their open-floor discussion on the recent sex-abuse scandals facing the Church in America on Wednesday.
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Objections that the resolution was redundant and ambiguous won out, and it was voted down by a clicker vote of 83-137, with three abstaining.