- May 28, 2020
Five Catholic women who were excommunicated from the Diocese of Lincoln in the 1990s due to their membership in a group that pushes for changes in church policies pertaining to women could be allowed to fully participate in services again.
An Egyptian court has sentenced 19 Muslim defendants to a one-year suspended sentence for attacking an unlicensed church south of Cairo.
Pope Francis is sending his condolences to the victims of the South Korean hospital fire and is encouraging emergency personnel as they try to help survivors.
Congo’s president held a rare press conference Friday in response to international condemnation of the violent treatment of Catholic Church members and activists protesting his prolonged stay in power.
Abortions will still not take place at a Catholic-owned facility after the University of Vermont Medical Center said it will offer elective abortion procedures, ending a 45-year-old policy.
The Vatican has defrocked a priest who was named in one of the Worcester Diocese of Massachusetts’ largest sex-abuse settlements.