- Apr 2, 2020
The new president and CEO of CRS Sean Callahan, said he wants to help connect those in the United States to see “brothers and sisters in other parts of the world … connect those who have more with those who have less.”
Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia says Christians have an obligation to leave the world better than they found it and so voting is important, but in 2016 Americans are faced with an unhappy choice between a “belligerent demagogue” and a “criminal liar.”
A prison inmate in Maine serving a 60-year sentence for the murder of his grandfather in 1986 has filed a lawsuit against the bishop of the Diocese of Portland, claiming that he was sexually abused by two priests beginning in the late 1970s and the diocese did nothing to stop it.
A Pennsylvania lawmaker who says he was abused by a suburban Philadelphia priest more than three decades ago now says state prosecutors are investigating priest abuse accusations in the Allentown and Harrisburg dioceses in the state.
At a recent Georgetown University panel on the 2016 election, Emma Green, a senior associate editor for the Atlantic, said the dominant mood among voters is resignation. “There’s a large percentage of the electorate who are not angry, but resigned” to having to choose between Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump, she said.