- Jun 3, 2020
Race relations, while continuing to be an underserved subject in the U.S. Church, is gaining more institutional focus.
If the global clergy sex abuse crisis was once thought of as an “American” problem, Pope Francis’s efforts to get the global Church to take the issue seriously may now be drawing on American solutions.
Cardinal Daniel DiNardo says the U.S. bishops will implement new protocols for bishop accountability at the June meeting.
One year after the Parkland school massacre, the Catholic Church struggles to confront gun violence.
Catholics are condemning the state of Alabama and the Supreme Court’s decision to prevent an imam from being present with a Muslim inmate at his execution.
World Youth Day Panama will once more offer put the Latin American Church in the spotlight.