- May 8, 2021
The Vatican said Friday it expects a deficit of nearly 50 million euros ($60.7 million) this year because of pandemic-related losses, a figure that grows to 80 million euros ($97 million) when donations from the faithful are excluded.
Andrew Robison is the owner and president of Petrus Development, which helps Catholic ministries build sustainable development programs. He spoke to Crux about the financial impact of the coronavirus crisis.
The U.S. bishops, nearly two months after the issue was presented to them at their fall general meeting in Baltimore, approved a 3% increase in their diocesan assessment for 2021.
Detroiters might soon notice a bronze glow on the horizon as they stare south across the Detroit River.
A priest has been arrested in Kansas after $14,000 went missing from his Hutchinson parish.
This week, nearly 100 financial advisers, fund managers and Catholic Chief Financial Officers gathered at the Second Annual Faith Consistent Investing Forum in Midtown Manhattan.
As enrollment at St. Louis-area Catholic schools has dropped significantly in recent years, Archbishop Robert Carlson has decided to close John F. Kennedy Catholic High School five years after visiting it to launch a campaign to keep the city’s Catholic schools afloat.