In a series of three votes June 12, the bishops voted overwhelmingly to authorize the implementation of a system that would allow people to make reports through a toll-free telephone number as well as online.
The decree for Fr. Tolton's cause recognizes that he lived a life of heroic virtue.
Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo of Galveston-Houston compared the early church missions of Barnabas and Paul to the modern-era mission of restoring trust following the clerical sexual abuse crisis in his homily during the U.S. bishops' spring assembly in Baltimore.
A man was told he could charge his computer in the airport chapel because electricity, "like the energy of God," was there for everyone.
He was only working at the camp because his dad had a role there. An experience there during guided meditation was among the seeds of his vocation.
BALTIMORE (CNS) — National Review Board chairman Francesco Cesareo offered the U.S. bishops meeting in Baltimore a series of recommendations that he said will strengthen the Church’s response to the ongoing clergy sexual abuse crisis.
Fr. Brian Kennedy, C.S.C., began his priesthood at St. John Vianney in Goodyear just as the incorrupt heart of his parish's namesake came through on a national tour.
BALTIMORE (CNS) — The U.S. bishops are set to vote on a 10-point statement, “Affirming Our Episcopal Commitments,” in which the bishops hope to regain “the trust of the people of God.”
She offered the irreplaceable gift of Irish presence to school children, convent visitors, adults, the elderly, and via letter, inmates.
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — In a world of conflict and division and a culture of insult, people need to live filled with the Holy Spirit, who is the only one capable of bringing harmony and unity to diversity, Pope Francis said.