‘Horrendous attack weighs on all our hearts,’ says cardinal
News reports about the attack, which left at least eight people dead and 11 others injured, "are too preliminary to understand fully what has happened," the cardinal said, "but it grieves me deeply that we must again respond to such acts of terror."
‘Faith’ at core of growth of law firm that helps immigrants, says founder
Sister Durst is the founder of Casa Cornelia, a San Diego pro bono law firm that represents hundreds of unaccompanied immigrant children, asylum applicants and victims of trafficking and enlists the volunteer services of countless private attorneys.
Pope encourages worldwide prayer in fight against trafficking
The International Day of Prayer and Awareness Against Human Trafficking invites people to host or attend a prayer service that fosters awareness of and support for victims of trafficking.
St Mary’s Polish American Society: Mardi Gras Party
All are invited to St. Mary Polish American Society's 3rd Annual Polish Mardi Gras Polka Party at the TK Club at 521 East Hector Street in Conshohocken on Sunday February 24th from Noon to 5 pm.
Statements from Texas bishops on clergy credibly accused of abuse
he following are excerpts of statements made by the bishops of several Texas dioceses Jan. 31 on the disclosure of the names of clergy who have been credibly accused of sex abuse of minors.
2017-2018 Audited Financial Statements of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia
Office for Financial Services - Supplemental narrative to audited financial statements for the Office for Financial Services
Dutch bishops: Media report on abuse was old news; safeguards in place
A Sept. 14 story in the NRC Handelsblad daily accused more than half of Dutch bishops of complicity in sexual abuse.
In letters to German cardinal, retired pope defends way he stepped down
Retired Pope Benedict XVI expressed his displeasure with the way a German cardinal publicly criticized his stepping down as pontiff, and he defended taking the title "pope emeritus."
Exploring Women Mystics: Etty Hillesum And Thea Bowman
Two women, two realities, one experience of a God whose joyous love within them confronted the evil of their time. Thea Bowman’s powerful message continues to challenge a Church blind to the racism within its ranks and in a suffering world.
Clear response to abuse crisis is urgently needed, cardinal says
Responding quickly and appropriately to the problem of abuse must be a priority for the Catholic Church, said Cardinal Sean P. O'Malley, president of the Vatican's Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors.
August newsletter: Office for Hispanic Catholics
Learn about community events and information of interest to Latino Catholics.