Some bishops have prohibited politicians advocating for “permissive abortion laws” from receiving Communion, but others have demurred, or said outright they would not deny such politicians the Eucharist.
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Several dioceses in the United States have declared bankruptcy in the last year, several doing so after states passed laws opening a window in the statue of limitations for historical instances of sexual abuse.
The archbishop’s remarks came one day after a historic decision that Minnesota’s six dioceses would permit parishes to resume public Masses amid the coronavirus pandemic, and to flout statewide pandemic orders.
When she died, McCorvey had been in the spotlight, and at the center of the nation’s divide over abortion, for decades.
The city council of St. Paul, Minnesota voted 7-0 last week to declare March 10 “Abortion Providers Appreciation Day.”
Speaking to a crowd spanning across a large section of the National Mall, President Trump told the crowd, “All of us here understand an eternal truth: Every child is a precious and sacred gift from God."
The report is the fruit of an internal Vatican investigation into the career of McCarrick, who was a cardinal and the archbishop of two major American sees before he was found canonically guilty of serial sexual abuse and laicized.
Gina Barthel says that she’s found healing - and found Christ - through the Church, and with the help of Bishop Cozzens.
The first Native American to become a diocesan bishop, Archbishop Chaput spent nine years in Rapid City, South Dakota, 14 years as Archbishop of Denver, and eight years in Philadelphia, where, in 2015, he hosted Pope Francis for the World Meeting of Families.
Father Jose Granados, who was named consultor to the Dicastery for the Laity, Family, and Life in 2018, spoke to CNA about a recently published letter signed by more than 250 students and alumni of the Institute.