- Jun 1, 2020
The funeral Mass of retired Indianapolis Archbishop Daniel M. Buechlein, was a celebration of the man who strived to build up the archdiocese and its faithful during his 19-year tenure as the spiritual leader of the Catholic Church in central and southern Indiana.
A religious brother, a campus ministry director and a youth minister who is a wife and new mother have been named to represent the United States as young adult delegates at a pre-synod gathering in Rome in March.
Part one of Crux’s look back at life in the U.S. Church during 2017.
Approaching the one-year anniversary of being elevated to cardinals in the U.S. Church, Archbishops Blase Cupich of Chicago and Joe Tobin of Newark are working to build a “culture of encounter” in a divided country. In an interview with Crux, Tobin and Cupich discuss the challenges facing the U.S. on immigration, social media warfare, and the rise of polarization within the Church and the country.
A New Jersey family has lost their lawsuit to try and force their children to be enrolled at a Catholic school in the Archdiocese of Newark. Cardinal Joseph Tobin, the Archbishop of Newark, testified that he decided not to allow the two girls to re-enroll because their parents’ behavior was not in the best interest of the school.