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Striking changes in Communion will take place at Catholic and Protestant churches across the United States over coming weeks as restrictions on large gatherings –- imposed because of the coronavirus outbreak –- are gradually eased.
By David Crary, Associated Press
So far, Biden has faced little criticism over his shift on abortion funding relative to other aspects of his record…
By Elana Schor, Associated Press
For years, sex abuse victims have blasted the Chilean hierarchy for discrediting their claims and protecting abusers.
By Nicole Winfield, Associated Press
Pope Francis declared Mother Teresa a saint of the Roman Catholic Church on Sunday. St. Teresa, who died in 1997, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her lifetime of work caring for the poor in the Indian city of…
By PBS NewsHour
By Julie Rovner, Kaiser Health News
Catholic and other religious hospitals and universities have been arguing in federal court for much of the past two years that they shouldn’t have to offer or facilitate birth control as part of their employee health plans because it violates…
The pope's remarks on gay Catholics may suggest a shift in acceptance, but not a change in church policy or teaching. Judy Woodruff talks to John Allen of The National Catholic Reporter, who has been covering the pontiff's trip to…
On a flight home from a trip from Brazil, Pope Francis directly answered a range of questions from the press. To one question the pontiff responded: "If someone is gay and he searches for the Lord and has good will,…
Pope John Paul II's Unusual Track to Sainthood…
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