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Three months of agony may well be over for the Scottish Catholic in the pew, now that the Vatican has finally taken action on the Cardinal Keith O'Brien affair.
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel, mindful of the weight of Christian voters in September elections, has discussed with Pope Francis how Europe's economy should better serve people.
The Rev. Anthony Dao, speaks Friday, May 17, at the "Sharing Asian Gifts: Faith and Cultures" conference at the pastoral center of the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Bernardino.
Ernst von Freyberg told the bank's employees of the changes, which should be in place by the end of the year, this week, according to Vatican Radio.
Celebrating the love that it puts into community service, Catholic Charities honored individuals and organizations May 10 during the 31st Annual Bishop's Dinner at the Westin Convention Center Hotel in Downtown Pittsburgh.
In 2011, a slender book came out called Hidden Voices: Reflections of a Gay, Catholic Priest .
Rev. Michael Casey of Prospect gives a mass at St. MaryA s Hospital in Waterbury Monday.
By Mario Salazar / Washington Times - Visiting Colombia, one of the most Catholic countries in the world, after a few years is a reminder of how pervasive religion is in this country.
That succinct email came from Robb S. Godshaw, 22, to the Post-Gazette. Mr. Godshaw is the less famous of two Carnegie Mellon University students recently charged with indecent exposure and is clearly a young man who believes in brevity, in both his words and attire.
In May 2011, Bishop Gerald Barnes, at right, ordained three Vietnamese-born men into the priesthood during a Mass in Chino Hills.
Pope Francis has denounced the global financial system, blasting the "cult of money" that he says is tyrannizing the poor and turning humans into expendable consumer goods.
Hundreds of Religious gathered at Westminster today to call on MPs to take steps to tackle global hunger as part of the Enough Food for Everyone If... campaign.
If you look around our landing page today , it might seem like we've got sex and abortion on the brain, here at PatheosCatholic.
A May 15 article in The Telegraph made waves by reporting that the head teacher at a London Catholic School called in gay rights group Stonewall to educate on the need to avoid homophobic bullying after a five-year-old boy called another student's shoes "gay." Now it turns out that the incident never happened.