News Story of the Day
By Rich Barlow
March 13, 2014
Pope Francis is a godsend, rejecting Catholicism’s scalding scolding for the soothing tones of a gentle pastor, his admirers insist. Words are cheap, and Francis is a figurehead coasting on rhetoric without changing the church’s antediluvian social stances, critics scoff.
By Ed Stannard
March 11, 2014
A retired cardinal accused of covering up sexual abuse by priests will celebrate a Mass with 200 youthful choir members on Saturday.
By Markham Hislop
March 9, 2014
Recent remarks by Pope Francis are a throwback to conservative Pope Benedict XVI.
Is Pope Francis the face of a new Catholic Church? Or is he just public relations window dressing on the same old medieval institution?
By Mark Silk
March 10, 2014
Rome, we’ve got a problem.
Pope Francis, politically the surest-footed pontiff in many a long century, stumbled pretty badly last week in discussing the crisis that has engulfed Roman Catholicism these past dozen years.
By NBC Nightly News
March 5, 2014
On Ash Wednesday, Pope Francis’ strong words – printed in Italy’s largest newspaper -- caught some parishioners by surprise.
By Nicole Winfield
March 5, 2014
VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis is coming under increasing criticism that he doesn't get it on sex abuse.
By BBC News
March 5, 2014
Pope Francis has strongly defended the Roman Catholic Church's record on tackling sexual abuse by priests.
In a rare interview with an Italian newspaper, the Pope said "no-one else has done more" to root out paedophilia.
By Kristin Annable
March 2, 2014
A small but fervent group remains committed to raising funds for convicted sex offender and disgraced archbishop Kenneth (Seraphim) Storheim.
By Madeleine Barab
February 25, 2014
The mother of the boys abused by the Rev. Curtis Wehmeyer no longer ends her days with a silent prayer. Memories and flashbacks surface too easily in those quiet moments. Instead, she plays solitaire on her cell phone until sleep.
By Kristen Ward and David Clohessy
February 26, 2014
One way to sometimes stop people from doing wrong is to punish them for doing wrong. History, psychology and common sense all suggest this approach often works.
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