- Sep 20, 2020
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Lincoln has announced that a second Catholic school will close in Lincoln this year.
The message of Humanae Vitae is “good news” and a guide for rebuilding family and society Bishop James Wall of Gallup, New Mexico, has said.
As a new wave of abuse scandals rock the Roman Catholic Church, critics say the Diocese of Lincoln, Nebraska is now paying the price for its unwillingness to change and lack of transparency.
Lincoln Bishop James D. Conley apologized Aug. 4 for failing to be more transparent about a pastor removed from ministry and sent to treatment last year because the priest had developed “an emotionally inappropriate, non-sexual relationship with a 19-year-old male which involved alcohol.”
Five Catholic women who were excommunicated from the Diocese of Lincoln in the 1990s due to their membership in a group that pushes for changes in church policies pertaining to women could be allowed to fully participate in services again.