May 28, 2019

Supreme Court allows fetal burials, rejects abortion limits in Indiana

The U.S. Supreme Court weighed in on two different aspects of Indiana abortion laws May 28.
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Pope Francis denies knowing of allegations against McCarrick

Nearly a year later, Pope Francis denied claims made by a former apostolic nuncio to the United States who accused him and other church officials of failing to act on accusations of abuse of conscience and power by former Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick.
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Former secretary says officials knew McCarrick’s ministry was restricted

Pope Benedict XVI had imposed restrictions on the public ministry of former Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick in 2008, but they were not formal sanctions and were not followed strictly, even during the papacy of Pope Benedict himself, McCarrick's former secretary said.
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In family affair with Spanish accent, Baltimore Archdiocese ordains 14 permanent deacons

Archbishop William E. Lori ordained 14 men to the permanent diaconate May 25 at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Homeland.
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67 Ways to Do the Works of Mercy with Your Kids (An author Q&A)

With very full lives, it can be easy to feel that there’s no way to fit anything else into your day. So, when I saw that Heidi Indahl had written 67 Ways to Do the Works of Mercy with Your Kids, I was immediately intrigued.
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