Colleagues described the passing of the Christian Brother and former U.S. bishops' conference official as "a huge loss to the ecumenical movement."
The mystery of a priest who tended to a teenage girl after a car accident has been solved.
Corinne “Lindy” Boggs, who blazed a trail from her birth in 1916 on a Louisiana sugar plantation to being an eight-time-elected member of the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. ambassador to the Vatican, was “a strong and loud and constant voice for life,” New Orleans Archbishop Gregory Aymond said at her funeral Mass Aug. 1 at St. Louis Cathedral.
Americans ages 18 to 31 are struggling to obtain jobs more than any other age group. During the "Great Recession," the unemployment rate for this group reached 18 percent.
A suspended Sacramento priest was sentenced to eight years in a California prison for pleading no contest to charges that he molested a girl when she was 13.
An episcopal vicar in the archdiocese of Boston began a voluntary administrative leave Monday after he pleaded not guilty to paying for sex with an alleged female prostitute.
Ken Hackett, retired president of Catholic Relief Services, received Senate confirmation Thursday as U.S. ambassador to the Vatican.
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The Benedictine priest who long headed one of the organizations that brought the ire of the Vatican down on U.S. women religious is stepping down.
Retired Bishop George K. Fitzsimons of Salina died Sunday at his home in Ogden. He was 84.
He headed the Salina diocese from 1984 to 2004. In retirement, he lived at the rectory of St. Patrick Parish in Ogden and continued to serve in the diocese until his death.
An evening wake is scheduled for Thursday and a funeral Mass is set to be celebrated the next morning. Both are to take place at Sacred Heart Cathedral in Salina, followed by burial in Mount Calvary Cemetery in Salina.