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Peru's Catholic University in Battle With Holy See

How Catholic Child Safety Training Taught Me About Penn State's Reaction To Post-Sandusky Punishment

Catholic priest victims: NCAA too light on Penn State

Philadelphia -- Monsignor William Lyn, found guilty in June of one count of child endangerment, is scheduled for sentencing Tuesday.

New trial for priest set on eve of Lynn sentencing in abuse scandalFr. James Brennan to be retried.

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Challenges to Obama administration’s birth-control mandate piling up in court

Former Argentinian dictator says he told Catholic Church of disappeared

Wheeling-Charleston, Bishop Michael Bransfield: Abuse probe dogs bishop, despite Rigali's unorthodox role

Wheeling-Charleston, Bishop Michael Bransfield: W.Va. Catholic bishop says alleged victim who came forward to support him proves innocence

Catholic Relief Services becomes latest victim of attacks from within the church

Married MN Man Forges Path to Catholic Priesthood

Latina/o Grassroots Movement To Protest Sheriff Joe Arpaio at His Catholic Church in Arizona

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