- Jan 17, 2020
In response to concerns raised by survivors of clergy sexual abuse and their families, the Catholic Diocese of Burlington and Vermont Catholic Charities have contracted with a mental health counselor to assist them, the organizations said Thursday.
The seven members of a committee investigating allegations of sexual abuse against Catholic priests in Vermont say they expect to send a final draft of their report to the diocese by the end of the week.
The 10th bishop of the Diocese of Burlington has opened a cause for canonization for the first bishop of the statewide diocese.
Recommendations on evangelization, vibrant parishes and communications emerged from the Diocese of Burlington’s first synod to be held since before the Second Vatican Council took place.
A new plan will create condos at the location of an ex-orphanage run by the Catholic Church.
The Diocese of Burlington is joining two students and their parents in filing a federal lawsuit challenging a Vermont policy that excludes students at private religious schools from taking part in a college credit program.