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The former nuncio’s message came on the second day of the USCCB’s autumn general assembly, being held in Baltimore Nov. 12-14.
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Christine Rousselle/CNA
Bishops ‘must put the victim first when allegations come forward,’ the board chairman said Nov. 13. ‘How many souls have been lost because of this crisis?’
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Seven of the eight Roman Catholic dioceses of Pennsylvania will create compensation funds for victims of clergy sex abuse.
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Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada is working to gather supplies for survivors of the fatal fires.
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USCCB head said the bishops have not lessened their resolve for action and that they are not pleased by the Holy See’s decision.
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Ed Condon/CNA
Despite the sudden change to the conference agenda, USCCB head said that the American bishops take the abuse crisis seriously.
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Ed Condon/CNA
The instruction to delay consideration of a new ‘Code of Conduct’ for bishops, creation of a lay-led investigative body came directly from the Holy See, Cardinal Daniel DiNardo told USCCB meeting.
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Archbishop Christophe Pierre, apostolic nuncio to the United States, addressed the USCCB’s fall general assembly in Baltimore Nov. 12.
Culture of Life
Joseph Pronechen
Father Thomas Conway gave his life for his naval flock.
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Joan Frawley Desmond
The Archbishop McCarrick scandal highlights an obligation to correct and report sexual misconduct by a brother bishop, but will more reforms make a difference?
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J.D. Flynn/CNA
NEWS ANALYSIS ahead of the fall bishops’ meeting
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At least 12 people, including a sheriff's deputy, were killed in the Wednesday night attack at Borderline Bar & Grill.
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Christine Rousselle/CNA
Closely contested Senate elections featured abortion as a prominent issue; some pro-life victories were won in the House of Representatives.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
The newest Supreme Court justice’s confirmation could shape abortion jurisprudence — but the end of Roe v. Wade might be much further off.
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Stephen Beale
Over the last decade, the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, which celebrates the traditional Latin Mass, has expanded in North America.
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Kevin Jones/CNA
Father Paul Sullins says links between abuse involve disproportionate number of homosexual clergy, ‘homosexual subculture’ in seminaries.
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Jonah McKeown/CNA
Diocesan officials, including Bishop Richard Malone, held a news conference Nov. 5 on investigation process for allegations of sexual abuse.
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Christine Rousselle/CNA
Each year, the United Nations drafts a resolution that outlines various priorities regarding humanitarian aid and human rights.
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Matthew E. Bunson
An interview with sociologist Father Paul Sullins, whose new study documents a strong linkage between the incidence of abuse and homosexuality in the priesthood and in seminaries.
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The revised rules will be issued by the departments of Health and Human Services, Labor and the Treasury.
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Catholic News Agency
New York, New Hampshire and Indiana are states to watch.
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Bishop John Jenik has been an auxiliary bishop in New York since 2014.
Commentary
Father Roger J. Landry
COMMENTARY: A little-known book of private revelations to a Benedictine priest offers some answers.
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A former Church employee said she leaked diocesan documents because when the Buffalo Diocese addressed sexual-abuse allegations it seemed primarily concerned with protecting the reputation and assets of the Church.
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Catholic News Agency
Bishop Joseph Cistone planned one final diocesan event before succumbing to lung cancer.
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Joan Frawley Desmond
As the former Jesuit seminarian completes an astonishing fourth term as governor of the Golden State, Catholic and pro-life Californians take stock of his legacy.
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Lauretta Brown
While Iraqi Catholic leaders continue to express concern that U.S. assistance hasn’t materialized, USAID this month pledged an additional $178 in funding to support Christians and other vulnerable communities.
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Christine Rousselle/CNA
The increase of self-identified witches could be a result of Satan, says priest.
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JD Flynn/CNA
The bishop, who was removed yesterday as bishop of Memphis, attributed the action to a conflict with Cardinal Donald Wuerl.
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Jonah McKeown/CNA
More than 200 priests from the San Francisco Bay area are on the list. At least one California diocese has questioned the sources for the list.