- Jan 18, 2020
A sea of both experienced Catholic liberal teachers and neophytes eager to learn about the educational philosophy gathered at The Catholic University of America in Washington July 22-25.
Student activists say Notre Dame is refusing to adopt an anti-porn filter for its on-campus WiFi system.
In introductory remarks during a conference examining the laity’s role in helping the Church move forward from the clergy abuse crisis, a speaker pointed out that what has happened impacts, and continues to affect, the whole Church.
When Lent begins March 6, U.S. Catholics will likely be more than ready for it.
Former cardinal Theodore McCarrick’s rise through the Catholic Church hierarchy, during which he established a reputation as a globe-trotting human rights advocate before being brought down by sex abuse scandals, began as an altar boy in New York City.
During a week in which the U.S. bishops issued a statement expressing their loyalty to Pope Francis and encouraging greater charity in dialogue, the Apostolic Nuncio to the United States delivered a lecture at the Catholic University of America praising the pope’s “spirituality of synodality and discernment” and argued for greater unity in the Church.