Bishop Issues Statement on Charlotte High Incident

Bishop Peter Jugis

Bishop Peter Jugis

Bishop Peter J. Jugis, head of the diocese of Charlotte, issued a statement expressing his shock over the conduct of parents at last week’s assembly at Charlotte Catholic High School who reacted with “uncharitableness and disrespect” over the hosting of a speaker who addressed Catholic teaching on sexual morality that some students found offensive.

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Pope Names Four Women to Abuse Council

Marie Collins

Marie Collins

Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS

Although some members of the the press are intimating that Francis did so for political reasons, the four women chosen by Pope Francis to be part of a new commission on clerical sexual abuse are all highly qualified and more than capable of serving in these positions.
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Brooklyn Bishop Calls Administration’s Policies Shameful

bishop di marzioBrooklyn Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio is reaping praise from across the country for a hard-hitting column published in his diocesan newspaper in which he calls the president’s advocacy of abortion “shameful” and says those who voted for him “bear the responsibility for a step deeper into the culture of death.”

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