- Jul 9, 2020
Japan’s Catholic bishops have announced they’ll conduct a review of clerical abuse cases in all 16 of the country’s dioceses.
A Catholic mother says a federally funded South Carolina foster agency abruptly stopped working with her and won’t allow her to foster children because she’s “not the right kind of Christian.”
The USCCB supports proposed legislation concerning adoption.
Lisa Wheeler is a foster and adoptive mother: She and her husband have had 15 children in their home over the years, two of them they’ve adopted, and three more are going through the process. She spoke to Crux about adoption and foster care in the pro-life movement.
Established in 2012, a university program offers comprehensive support specifically to students who were once in the foster care system and those at risk for homelessness.
A federal judge has swept away claims of religious discrimination by plaintiffs including Catholic Social Services of the Philadelphia Archdiocese and ruled the Church agency must provide home assessments for same-sex couples wishing to provide foster care for at-risk children in Philadelphia.