- Mar 24, 2019
Sister Norma Pimentel, arguably the most prominent Catholic woman in America today, has said she believes discussion on women is moving in the right direction, and it is time for women to step up, take initiative and be proactive in the Church.
A Latin American bishop with personal experience of the clerical sexual abuse crisis has voiced doubt about a proposal to impose accountability for the cover-up of abuse by enhancing the authority of metropolitan archbishops.
Pope Francis and the civil authorities in Rome invoked a spirit of welcoming and integration Tuesday, as populist politicians lead the polls in Italy.
Hate crime legislation in Scotland must allow “for robust debate and exchange of views,” says the local Catholic Church.
West Virginia's AG is calling on witnesses to come forward with information about the state's Catholic diocese's handling of abuse cases.