- Christopher White and Inés San Martín
- Sep 27, 2018
To say that it’s been a tough summer for the Catholic Church in the United States due to the clerical sexual abuse crisis would be an understatement.
Some of the nation’s most vocal bishops on immigration were at the Encuentro. Their message to Crux: America is stronger because of its immigrants.
FORT WORTH, Texas – In the 18 years since the last Encuentro, the Hispanic Catholic community in the U.S. has gone through remarkable changes. For starters, sixty percent of Hispanic Catholics today were born in the United States. English has become the first language of a much larger portion of
The former head of the USCCB, Archbishop Joseph Kurtz, spoke with Crux on immigration, religious liberty, and the sexual abuse crisis.
After four days marking the V Encuentro, a new generation of lay leaders of Hispanic Catholics represent the changing face and future of the U.S. Catholic Church.
When it comes to addressing the abuse crisis currently engulfing the Church in various parts of the world, no prelate knows Pope Francis as well as Cardinal Sean O’Malley of Boston. He spoke to Crux.