- Feb 23, 2020
Beginning on Monday, the U.S. bishops once again will meet to confront the painful reality that its policies and procedures may have broken new ground, but its Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People has failed to hold bishops accountable for abuse and its cover-up.
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
For Hispanic Catholics attending the Encuentro and confronting the sex abuse crisis, faith is bigger than the clergy who fail to live it out.
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Church leaders voiced their closeness to victims of a school shooting in Santa Fe, Texas on Friday, calling Catholics to pray for all those affected.