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May 11, 2020
Supreme Court justices on Monday heard arguments for and against extending the Civil Rights Act’s “ministerial exception” to Catholic schools when they fire teachers of religion
April 29, 2020
During its bankruptcy process, the Diocese of Buffalo has announced it will end financial support and health benefits for priests facing substantiated allegations of sexual abuse
February 28, 2020
Two Catholic religious sisters have expressed their support for a pro-abortion primary challenger to one of the last remaining pro-life Democrats in Congress
February 26, 2020
Only a small majority of Catholics in the US, 56%, say they accept “all” or “most” of what the Church teaches
February 15, 2020
On February 11, Cardinal Joseph Zen, emeritus bishop of Hong Kong met with Congressional leaders on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. After that meeting, the cardinal gave an exclusive interview to CNA in which he discussed the Church in China, the Holy See’s agreement with the Communist regime, and his relationship with Pope Francis and
February 15, 2020
On February 11, Cardinal Joseph Zen, emeritus bishop of Hong Kong met with Congressional leaders on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. After that meeting, the cardinal gave an exclusive interview to CNA in which he discussed the Church in China, the Holy See’s agreement with the Communist regime, and his relationship with Pope Francis and
February 12, 2020
The archbishop emeritus of Hong Kong said the situation is dire for the Church in China, and predicted the eventual end of the underground Church
February 07, 2020
Catholic theologian Charles Camosy said the Democratic Party’s extreme support of abortion left him with ‘no choice’ but to leave his party
February 06, 2020
While some Iowa Democrats pushed back against the presidential candidates’ strong support for abortion at Monday’s state caucus, other “moderate” pro-life voters backed pro-abortion candidates anyway. With recent polling suggesting that there are as many as 21 million pro-life Democrats in the country, their support, and how they prioritize life issues, could play a key
January 27, 2020
Pro-life Democrats are “fed up” over the party’s staunch support of abortion and need to let the presidential candidates know it, the leader of Democrats for Life of America said on Monday. “We’ve had enough,” Kristen Day, executive director of Democrats for Life of America, told CNA. Day spoke to CNA after Democratic presidential candidate
January 24, 2020
Four months after submitting his mandatory letter of resignation to Pope Francis, Archbishop Charles Chaput officially stood down as leader of the Philadelphia archdiocese on Thursday. With his successor, Bishop Nelson Perez, set to be installed on February 18, Chaput enters retirement after 32 years as a bishop — much of it spent on the
January 16, 2020
US Vice President Mike Pence will travel to the Vatican next week to meet Pope Francis. Pence’s office confirmed with CNA on Thursday that the Vice President is scheduled to be received by the Pope during his overseas trip next week. No details have yet been released about the topics that might be discussed at
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