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Judge dismisses nine claims brought by sex abuse survivors in Milwaukee bankruptcy case

Judge Susan V. Kelley found no evidence supporting the contention that the archdiocese knowingly allowed abusers to work in parishes or other settings where they found additional victims.


Pope Francis nearly as popular as St. John Paul II among US Catholics

A Pew Research survey released Thursday finds the pope rates a 90 percent "very" or "mostly favorable" rating among U.S. Roman Catholics.


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Sisters offer pastoral presence through social media

Global Sisters Report: Catholic sisters have always gone to minister where the people are, but in today's digital media culture, the people can come to the sisters instead.

Editorial: Catholic publications call for end to capital punishment

National Catholic journals unite: "It is time for our nation to embody its commitment to the right to life by abolishing the death penalty once and for all."


Teacher petition asks Cordileone to drop San Francisco faculty handbook statement

About 80 percent of the faculty and staff of the four high schools have signed a petition asking Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone to leave the current handbook text in place.


Cardinal Edward Egan, former New York archbishop, dies at 82

Cardinal Edward Egan was best known for administrative acumen that helped solidify the finances of the sprawling New York archdiocese.


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February 27- March 12, 2015


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