- Apr 5, 2020
Seven couples who had been married in civil ceremonies had their marriages convalidated — celebrating the sacrament of marriage according to the rites of the church — during a Mass in Minnesota.
A bankruptcy judge on Tuesday approved a $34 million settlement between the Diocese of New Ulm in Minnesota and nearly 100 people who say they were sexually abused by priests and others.
Catholic educators have a charge to teach that a person’s sexual identity is a gift from God that cannot change and resist cultural tides toward “gender theory,” according to new guiding principles released by Minnesota’s bishops.
For Frank Meuers, a victim-survivor of clergy sexual abuse, the impact is far-reaching and never-ending.
A Minnesota pastor has apologized after remarks he made about Muslim immigration and Islam being “the greatest threat in the world” sparked controversy.
Prosecutors announced Tuesday that they have ended four years of oversight of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis as part of a settlement designed to protect children from clergy sex abuse.