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Associates of Supreme Court nominee say he is a sincere Catholic who is committed to living the tenets of the Church.
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Celeste McGovern
The teen defied the medical definition of brain death, and her family’s fight to spare her life has fueled other challenges to this complicated medical diagnosis.
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Brian Fraga
Assessing the background of President Trump’s new pick.
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The median age of marriage in the United States is on the rise, and the percentage of cohabiting Americans is also climbing.
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Father Andrzej Komorowski was born in Poland in 1975 and ordained in 2006.
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The cardinal’s letter comes days before July 9, when President Donald Trump is expected to announce his pick to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy.
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Judy Roberts
Diocesan action plans provide tips on how to better live out Pope Francis’ call for better care of our common home.
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Joseph Pronechen
How our country’s lyrical legacy honors the Almighty
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Peter Jesserer Smith
A rare bipartisan consensus in the House of Representatives shows movement toward the Catholic Church’s position that restorative justice is a better model for prison and society.
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Matthew E. Bunson
NEWS ANALYSIS: With midterm elections looming in November, a high-stakes battle for control of the high court now begins.
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Joan Frawley Desmond
The news that the cleric faces ‘credible and substantiated’ allegations of sexual abuse has reverberated throughout the Catholic Church.
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Brian Fraga
President Donald Trump halts policy, but the system remains broken.
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All five victims worked for the Annapolis, Maryland, newspaper.
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Father Raymond J. de Souza
COMMENTARY: In his last dozen years on the court, there was no more powerful public official in America. He alone decided, in case after case, what U.S. law would be on the most contested of public questions.
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Advocates for the unborn voice hope that his successor could help overturn Roe v. Wade in coming years.
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The high court has blocked a law requiring pro-life facilities to post information on programs to obtain a free or low-cost abortion.
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Father C. Frank Phillips, who has been accused of misconduct involving adult men, remains prohibited from ministry in the Chicago Archdiocese.
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High court instructed that the case be reconsidered in light of the Masterpiece Cakeshop decision.
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The release of a grand jury report detailing cases of clerical sex abuse in six of the eight Catholic dioceses in Pennsylvania has been halted for unspecified reasons.
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Rodney Earl Sanders pled guilty on Thursday to murdering Sisters Margaret Held and Paula Merrill in 2016.
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President Donald Trump signed order Wednesday intended to end the practice of separating children from their parents at the U.S. border.
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In the June 20 statement, Cardinal Timothy Dolan, archbishop of New York, said the alleged abuse happened nearly 50 years ago.
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National pro-life group says abortion regulations are important for women’s health and safety.
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Immigration policy is not a subject that lends itself easily to canonical legislation and penalties.
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Father Raymond J. de Souza
COMMENTARY: Vatican Intervention Seems Necessary
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Brian Fraga
A recent U.S. Supreme Court decision has paved the way for expanded sports gambling, but Catholic analysts urge caution.
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Members of Congress, along with pro-life group Live Action, asked the Department of Health and Human Services to investigate Planned Parenthood and other Title X fund recipients.
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Brian Fraga
The court rebuked a Colorado civil-rights commission for ‘impermissible hostility’ toward Christian baker Jack Phillips’ religious beliefs, but shied away from ruling on broader free-speech issues.
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The diocese has ordained 10 men to the priesthood for the second year in a row, upping the priestly population there by about 20%.
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Attempts to enact the bill as drafted would mean that survivors of abuse in public institutions would see their legal claims rejected in court.