- Sep 24, 2020
Lawmakers in Delaware passed a bill eliminating almost all remaining abortion restrictions drawing strong criticism from pro-life advocates, who warned it would hurt women who already have “suffered at the hands of unscrupulous abortionists.”
A former Navy chaplain and Catholic priest who sexually assaulted a Naval Academy midshipman years ago is now facing sentencing on federal child pornography charges, with the nation’s largest advocacy group for clerical abuse victims calling for a maximum sentence.
A man without a home helped him map out his sabbatical, a man without a home showed him the face of compassion, and a man without a home suggested all of us — all of us — are beggars. Even Paul Mast, a native of Delaware and a priest in
LEWES, Del. – An atheist group is questioning a Delaware school district after it says a high school football coach joined players in a prayer after the game. The Freedom From Religion Foundation sent a letter to the Cape Henlopen School District, saying Cape Henlopen football coach Bill Collick committed
A proposal to build a 14-story cellphone tower in a Delaware cemetery and camouflage it as a bell tower is angering some residents of the area. The News Journal of Wilmington, Delaware (http://delonline.us/Zh2E8B ) reports a permit hearing will be held Thursday about the proposed AT&T tower at All Saints