- Feb 17, 2020
The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis announced a $210 million settlement Thursday with 450 victims of clergy sexual abuse as part of its plan for bankruptcy reorganization, making this the second-largest payout in the scandal that rocked the nation’s Roman Catholic Church.
An influential charity in Minnesota is dropping its refugee resettlement programs as the state sees a significant slowdown in refugees arriving under President Donald Trump’s administration.
The Center for Victims of Torture, a St. Paul nonprofit, is recognized internationally as a leader in helping victims of torture said Curt Goering, its executive director. “When they come to us here, they have deep, physical and emotional wounds, having endured the worst that any human being can possibly endure.”
An in-depth look at how a clerical sex abuse case like that of Bishop Juan Barros in Chile would play out in the United States.
Philadelphia Eagles’ punter Donnie Jones discusses his faith and how it has helped his football career.
The Knights of Columbus celebrated the Coats for Kids event at St. John Paul II Catholic Preparatory School in Minneapolis. The drive for new coats to donate to children is an annual event.