CNA spoke with Charlie Camosy, an associate professor of theology at Fordham University, about what principles should be used as doctors face the coronavirus pandemic.
Eileen O'Connor and Fr. McGrath founded Our Lady's Nurses for the Poor in 1913 to care for the poor and sick.
The hospital says it has contacted “more than 20, well-respected healthcare facilities and specialists over the course of several months, but even the highest level of medical expertise cannot correct conditions as severe as Tinslee’s.”
The Archdiocese of Indianapolis said the Congregation for Catholic Education was ‘following standard canon-law procedures’ and that it awaits the final decision.
Father Flanagan helped at least 10,000 boys at Boys Town in his lifetime, and his influence extended around the world.
Bishop Emeritus Donald Trautman’s statement indicated his 'prayerful support to all victims of clergy sexual abuse” and “a sincere apology to all who have been harmed by clergy abuse.'
Father C. Frank Phillips, who has been accused of misconduct involving adult men, remains prohibited from ministry in the Chicago Archdiocese.
Speaking at the U.S. bishops’ spring assembly, the USCCB president called for immigration policies that are more open to the right to life and family unity.
Kazakhstan bishops reiterate the long-standing teachings of the Church.
Archbishop Joseph Naumann of Kansas City, Kansas, won with 96 votes. The other candidate, Cardinal Blase Cupich of Chicago, garnered 82 votes.