- Feb 16, 2020
Cardinal William J. Levada was remembered as a friend, family member, pastor and churchman who was “truly present to the core of his being.”
U.S. Cardinal William J. Levada, who died Sept. 26 in Rome, is well-known as the retired head of the Vatican’s doctrinal congregation, but his experience leading major U.S. dioceses prepared him for this role.
U.S. Cardinal William J. Levada, former head of the Vatican’s doctrinal congregation and retired archbishop of San Francisco and Portland, Oregon, died Sept. 26 in Rome. He was 83.
The Archdiocese of Boston is implementing a reporting system to handle confidential and anonymous reporting of misconduct by high-ranking church officials, including cardinals and bishops.
Saturday’s decision by Pope Francis to suppress the Vatican’s “Ecclesia Dei” commission may not be the death of efforts at reconciliation with the traditionalist Society of St. Pius X.
A traditional Catholic priest was one of those named in the Pennsylvania Grand Jury Report, however, he says he is misunderstood.