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BALTIMORE -- The U.S. bishops arriving in Baltimore expected to make a statement with a series of steps meant to address a new clerical sexual abuse scandal in the Church, among them a collection of standards of episcopal accountability, the creation of a lay-dominated commission to investigate allegations of bishop misconduct and a third-party reporting system to field such complaints.
WASHINGTON -- Catholic and international aid organizations are pressing for an end to Yemen’s worsening war, where the United Nations says one child dies every 10 minutes.
Five Catholic high school runners earned All State honors, based on their finish at the state cross country contest. They include ... (Sports briefs)
Q. Our parish council the other night got into a discussion of several questions, one of which was this: Was Jesus actually 33 years old when he died, and how do we know? (Question Corner, Seeds of Faith)
As I have confessed to you many times before, I do not consider myself a good pray-er. My prayer is often dry. Dry as in “is anybody listening?” Not that it doesn’t “count” or anything, but I am hardly a mystic. (Columns)
We are pleased to see that the discussion of criminal justice reform has been renewed on the state and national level. (Editorial)
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